A native of New Orleans, Louisiana, Kristin Kall has a diverse classical music background as a performer, educator, and arts administrator, focusing on projects that expand audiences through education and community engagement.
Formerly an Oboe Fellow at the New World Symphony, Kristin later served as their Executive Assistant to Musician Advancement. Prior administrative roles include Orchestra Manager and Chamber Music Coordinator for the Aspen Music Festival and School, and staff positions at the Yale School of Music and Spoleto Festival USA. She has performed with several prominent ensembles, including the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, and others.
Kristin received a bachelor’s degree from Rice University followed by a master’s degree and an artist diploma from the Yale School of Music. In her spare time, Kristin enjoys exploring the outdoors, mountain biking, and playing the classical guitar.