Kimberly earned her MFA in Musical Theater from San Diego State University, an M.M. in Vocal Performance and a Graduate Performance Diploma in Voice Pedagogy from Boston University.
Praised for her “bright, focused voice” and “passionately sculpted line endings,” by The Boston Music Intelligencer, Kimberly Moller has toured as a soloist with The Boston Symphony Orchestra Pops under the direction of Keith Lockhart, and with Kristin Chenoweth at The Music Box in San Diego under the direction of Mary Mitchell Campbell. Kimberly has appeared as an actor or teaching artist at La Jolla Playhouse, The Old Globe San Diego, The Moonlight Amphitheater, San Diego Musical Theater, Off-Broadway Theater Company and several regional northeast theater and opera houses.
Kimberly is on the Board of The National Association of Teachers of Singing in San Diego and a member of The Musical Theatre Educator's Alliance. Her mentors include: Singing Athlete creator Andrew Byrne, Laurinda Nikkel (SDSU), Mary Saunders Barton (Penn State/Bel Canto can Belto method) and master Z-Health trainer Missy Bunch. Kimberly is Z-Health Essentials, R-Phase and I-Phase certified to assist with drills and mobility that impacts vocal production at the speed of the nervous system.