Lindsey Reynolds, Soprano from New Orleans, entered the Curtis Institute of Music in 2016 and under the tutelage of Marlena Kleinman Malas. All students at Curtis receive merit-based, full-tuition scholarships, and Ms. Reynolds is the Florence Kirk Keppel Fellow.
Ms. Reynolds won second place in the George Shirley Competition and was the National second place winner of the Hal Leonard Competition in 2018. She was a National YoungArts Finalist and Silver Winner in Classical Voice in 2017, has appeared on NPR’s From the Top, and is the recipient of a Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Award.
Upcoming roles include: Zerlina (Don Giovanni), Nellie (Ten Days in a Mad House), Beggar Woman (Sweeney Todd) and Witch 2 (Dido and Aeneas). Notable roles include Adina (L’elisir D’amore), Monica (The Medium), Carrie (Carousel), and Country Las and the Owl (L’Enfant et les sortilèges). Ms. Reynolds has attended the Chautauqua Institution’s Voice Program for the past three summers.
Ms. Reynolds began voice lessons at the age of thirteen. She previously studied with Phyllis Treigle at the New Orleans Center of Creative Arts.