Resident Teaching Artist
Lindsay McGinnis (Resident Teaching Artist), a Pittsburgh native, soprano has been seen performing with local groups such as Resonance Works Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh Savoyards, and the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh (the partnering choir to the Pittsburgh Symphony). She has also performed in Steamboat Springs, Colorado with Emerald City Opera (now Opera Steamboat) as La Princesse in Ravel’s L'enfant et les sortilèges.
Lindsay’s singing has also taken her abroad to Graz, Austria where she performed in concerts of Schumann's Myrthen and Spanisches Liederspiel. Other favorite shows include: On The Town, Falstaff, Iolanthe, The Mikado, The Dialogues of the Carmelites, and Così fan tutte. She received her Bachelor of Music degree in Voice Performance from The Ohio State University and her Master of Music degree in Voice Pedagogy and Performance from Penn State University, where she served as a Graduate Teaching Assistant.
A versatile and knowledgeable voice technician, Lindsay specializes in classical, musical theatre, and CCM (contemporary commercial music) techniques. While at Penn State, she took extra time to study with the musical theatre faculty, in addition to focusing on her classical studies. Lindsay also completed sessions I and II at Shenandoah University’s CCM Vocal Pedagogy Institute.