Professor of Music
Soprano Lloyd Linney has been a member of the School of Music faculty of Stetson University since 1984. In addition to teaching studio voice, French diction, and aural training, Dr. Linney has led two Stetson trips to Italy as part of a course in Italian Culture and has taught a course in European Culture in the Stetson Business School Program in Innsbruck, Austria
On the operatic stage, Dr. Linney has portrayed Donna Anna ("Don Giovanni"), the Queen of the Night ("The Magic Flute"), Fiordiligi ("Cosi fan tutte"), Rosalinda ("Die Fledermaus"), Countess ("The Marriage of Figaro"), Blonde ("The Abduction from the Seraglio") and the title role in "Martha." Her oratorio credits include Mozart’s "Requiem," Handel’s "Jephtha" and "Messiah," Beethoven’s "Christ on the Mount of Olives", Puccini’s "Gloria," and Bach’s "Passion According to St. John."
Dr. Linney is a graduate of Furman University and holds the M.M. and D.M. degrees in Vocal Performance from The Florida State University.
- M.M. and D.M. Vocal Performance, The Florida State University
- B.A. Elementary Education, Furman University
- Applied Voice
- French Diction
- Sophomore Aural Training
- CD: "Treasured Memories: Old Favorites, Nursery Rhymes and Folk Songs, Children’s Hymns and Prayer Songs," Clear Note Classics Publication