Dallas-based singer/songwriter, Kristin Sigmund, grew up with a deep love for the arts. As a “spunky” toddler, she hogged the attention of her dad's video camera and spent her school years performing in choirs, piano recitals, and theater productions. It wasn’t until college, however, that she picked up the guitar and began to explore her own voice as a singer/songwriter.

In her Music Business studies at Dallas Baptist University, Kristin drew inspiration from Robert Schumann’s famous quote, “To send light into the darkness of men’s hearts—such is the duty of the artist.” She began to understand her creativity as a means for positively influencing her sphere of culture through her own unique offerings. Known for her sunny stage presence and a dash of soul, her musical influences include Sara Bareilles, Ingrid Michaelson, and Adele.

As a part of the new Art as Mission Fellowship program at The Village Church, Kristin is currently writing and recording new music. For updates on this process, sign up for the mailing list here!

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