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Kimberly Lomax (formerly Weiser)

Director of Vocal Jazz Ensemble / Artist Voice Faculty
Strauss PAC 230

Kimberly Lomax (formerly Kimberly Weiser) joined the UNO Music Department in 2006 as Artist Voice Faculty and as the director of the UNO Vocal Jazz Ensemble "All in Good Time."

Ms. Lomax earned her Bachelors degree, Summa Cum Laude, University Scholar, in vocal performance from the University of South Dakota and her Master of Music degree in vocal performance from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Her studies and degrees are in the area of classical and jazz voice and piano. Since she began teaching at UNO, Ms. Lomax has taught both as an independent contractor for an Omaha dance and music studio and most recently as the Owner/President of Kimberly Weiser Studio, Inc.

Ms. Lomax attended the University of North Texas summer vocal jazz workshop in 2004 under the direction of Paris Rutherford, 2012 under the direction of Jennifer Barnes, and the 2010 Phil Mattson Summer Vocal Jazz/Choral Workshop where she studied jazz theory and arranging, improvisation, solo, and ensemble singing. Ms. Lomax is currently the jazz vocalist for the local big band, the Swingtones, an offshoot of the Nebraska Wind Symphony, and the alto in QuinteCentral, a professional vocal jazz quintet.

Ms. Lomax's professional affiliations include the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), National Association for Music Education (NAfME), American Choral Directors Association (ACDA), for which she serves as the Nebraska Vocal Jazz Repertoire & Standards Chair, Jazz Education Network (JEN), and the Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honors Society.