" Opera singer and classical performer praised for her beautiful soprano voice, expressive artistry and commanding stage presence has performed throughout the United States and Europe "
Praised for her passion, artistry, and commanding stage presence, soprano Lindsey Johnson has performed throughout the United States and Europe. A finalist in several vocal competitions and recipient of numerous music scholarships, Lindsey has participated in master classes with world class musicians, including Craig Terry, Costanza Cuccaro, and Sylvia Greenburg. She has coached with Danielle Orlando, Mary Dibbern, Elvia Puccinelli, Stephen Dubberly, Rebecca Turner, and Jessica Paul.
Lindsey made her soprano debut in 2010 as Sophie in Werther at the University of North Texas. She has recently been seen onstage performing the roles of Mimi, Musetta, Lauretta, Morgana (Alcina), Susanna, Gretel, Norina, Adina, Marzelline, Papagena, Laurie Moss, Amy March, Rose Maurrant, Little Red Ridinghood (Into the Woods), Annie Oakley, Emma Carew (Jekyll & Hyde), and Marlene (I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change).
A native of Minneapolis, Lindsey moved to Texas in 2009 to pursue her Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance at the University of North Texas. She studied under Dr. Lynn Eustis and graduated in May 2012 with a 3.95 GPA. Lindsey graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music from Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. She is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda music honor society, Delta Phi Alpha German honor society, Phi Kappa Phi academic honor society, Alpha Chi academic honor society, and Mu Phi Alpha professional music fraternity.
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