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Kimberly Grigsby

Kimberly Grigsby

Kimberly Grigsby’s music directing/conducting credits include, on Broadway: Amélie (music by Daniel Messé); Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark (music and lyrics by Bono and The Edge); Spring Awakening (music by Duncan Sheik); The Light in the Piazza (lyrics & music by Adam Guettel); Caroline, or Change (music by Jeanine Tesori); The Full Monty (lyrics & music by David Yazbek); You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown; and Twelfth Night (music by Jeanine Tesori); and Off-Broadway: The Fortress of Solitude (music and lyrics by Michael Friedman); Here Lies Love (music & lyrics by David Byrne); Coraline (music & lyrics by Stephin Merritt); Mother Courage and Her Children (music by Jeanine Tesori); Two Gentlemen of Verona; Songs From an Unmade Bed (various composers, lyrics by Mark Campbell); The Immigrant (music by Steven Alper); Radiant Baby (music by Debra Barsha); and Twelfth Night (music by Duncan Sheik). Other collaborations include My Life Is A Fairy Tale and Orphan of Zhao, both with music & lyrics by Stephin Merritt for Lincoln Center Festival; Telaio: Desdemona (by Susan Botti); and the premiere of Jeanine Tesori’s The Lion, The Unicorn and Me for Washington National Opera. As a pianist, Kimberly has appeared in concert with Adam Guettel, Michael Winther, Duncan Sheik, Michael Friedman, Tonya Pinkins, Capathia Jenkins, Jose Llana, Jay Hunter Morris, and Maria Friedman. Ms. Grigsby holds degrees from Southern Methodist University and Manhattan School of Music.