Press

The Fairy Queen

Jones was the most musically successful of the seven principal singers, lofting a bright, alluring soprano into the Purcellian stratosphere in each of her selections.-- John von Rhein, Chicago Tribune (November 2016)

John Adams' Ceiling Sky
Kimberly Jones' passionate Leila carried the vocal honors. She has a full, rich sound in all registers and took on a pop sound with surprising ease. -- Donald Rosenberg, Cleveland Plain Dealer (August 2002)

Cube Ensemble
Kim Jones sang three of the Dorothy Rudd Moore songs with limpid beauty and affecting expression. --John Von Rhein, Chicago Tribune (April 2000)

Jewel Box
As the Composer, Kim Jones has a lovely voice felt for this material. --Andrew Patner, Chicago Sun Times (August 1996)

Mahler's 2nd Symphony

Porgy and Bess
Kim Jones sings the most angelic Summertime this side of Heaven. --Lawrence Vittes, LA Reader (June 1995)

Die Fledermaus


Jones in particular typified the evening - the personality she radiated from the stage could have been felt on Columbus Drive. --Dan Tucker, Chicago Tribune (June 1994)

The heartfelt voice of Kim Jones rode the brighter wings of faith to the Heavens. --Kevin Anderson , Madison Times (April 1996)

Mahler's 2nd Symphony


The two soloists, Kitt Foss and Kim Jones, topped on Sunday their already beautiful performances of the night before. --Jess Anderson, Madison Review (April 1996)

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