Sharon Chohi Kim is a voice artist, educator, composer and avid collaborator based in Los Angeles. She is a dedicated explorer of the sonic possibilities of the human voice and the countless ways of applying them within such contexts as opera, contemporary, experimental, electronic, and musical theatre. She was recently seen as Lucha in Hopscotch with the highly acclaimed opera company The Industry, and as a vocalist in the West Coast Premiere of Sila: Breath of the World by John Luther Adams for the Ojai Music Festival. Sharon has performed at The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, REDCAT, Walt Disney Hall, MOCA, Zipper Hall, Human Resources, the wulf, Glow Festival, Barndall Gallery Theater and The Machine Project, and has performed with such organizations as The Industry Opera Company, Dublab, Los Angeles Opera Company, ILK; Los Angeles; Spectrum, New York; El Paso Opera Company and Chamizal National Memorial, Texas; and Jang Chun Art Hall and Yeoungdeungpogu Theatre in Seoul, South Korea. She received an MFA at California Institute of the Arts. Sharon is currently a member of the voice faculty at American Musical and Dramatic Academy in Hollywood, California.