Kirsty is a multi-instrumentalist, playing numerous instruments to a high standard (ABRSM Grade 8 and diplomas) She completed her Batechelor’s degree in Music at the University of Wales, College of Cardiff (piano, 'cello, flute), Conducting classes (scholarship from Musique Municipale de Meyrin) at the Conservatoire de Lausanne and Voice and Harp at the Conservatoire de Genève.
As a mezzo-soprano, Kirsty paved her way as an interpreter of orchestral works with voice such as Brahms Alto Rhapsody and Wagner’s Wesendonk-Lieder, as well as establishing herself as an Oratorio soloist and interpreter of Elgar’s works such as the Sea Pictures, Music Makers and Dream of Gerontius. She also has extensive operatic experience, performing numerous roles.
Kirsty performed several times for Aung San Suu Kyi as part of the Myanmar Music Festival, has toured Tunisia, Japan, China and Korea (including concerts for peace and unification in the DMZ) and performed “Blue Flower Songs” at the Montreux Jazz Festival. She has performed vocal recitals for the "Prestige Artist" series in Geneva and has sung as solist several times in the Victoria Hall in Geneva (notably for the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee). Kirsty also sings as an auxiliary alto in the opera chorus at the Grand Théâtre de Genève.
She has sung for Prince Hassan of Jordan, Princess Galyani Vadhana of Thailand, Ban-Ki Moon (former Secretary-General of the United Nations), Margaret Chan (Former Director General of the World Health Organization) and performed harp for two Lebanese Presidents, President Saad-eddine Rafic Al-Hariri and President Michael Suleiman, on the occasion of the Memorial for Minister Basil Fuleihan.
In addition to her singing, she is the conductor of the United Nations Choir (Geneva), performs with the Académie Vocale de Suisse Romande, is a former member of Otto Voci and a harpist (celtic and pedal).