Elizabeth Kimble (she/her) is a conductor, composer, soprano, and teacher. Her music explores the sacred and psychological facets of the human experience, and often combines poetry and theater with more traditionally instrumental forms. She is the music director of the early music chamber choir Tactus SF. She was the assistant conductor of the International Orange Chorale of San Francisco from 2012-2020. Elizabeth has sung with a wide variety of choral ensembles, including the San Francisco Symphony Chorus, Volti, 21V, Cappella SF, Gaude, the International Orange Chorale, and the California Bach Society. Her music has recently been performed by the Swedish Radio Choir, St Paul’s Episcopal Church of Burlingame CA, Cappella SF, the International Orange Chorale of San Francisco, and SF sound. Some of her liturgical music is published by Selah, and has been featured in services throughout the United States and England. Elizabeth holds a MM in Composition from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and BM’s in Composition and Vocal Performance from Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory of Music. She is currently pursuing a MA in Counseling Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Learn more about Elizabeth at elizabethkimblemusic.com
Kim McClain (she/her) is a music and movement teacher and board member at Synergy School in the Mission where she practices Orff Schulwerk with her preschool, elementary, and middle school students. Kim has been singing with Musae since 2013, and she served as Musae’s administrative director since 2018.
Board of Directors
Laney McClain Armstrong