Soprano Soloist

Lynda Poston-SmithLynda Poston-Smith trained in New York City, receiving two degrees in vocal performance from the Manhattan School of Music, with further study at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. She says that as a young singer her academic training was enhanced by the demands of the studio recording she did in New York. Lynda lived in Germany for three years. There she performed all the major works of Bach as well as numerous cantatas. She was later selected to be performer/fellow at the famed Bach Aria Festival of New York.

In addition to her extensive experience as a soprano soloist with choral groups and orchestras in Germany and throughout the United States, Lynda performs in solo recitals with her pianist husband Robert Smith. She enjoys chamber opera, having sung the title role in the world premiere of Conrad Susa’s The Wise Women.  While in New York, Lynda assisted Dorothy Uris in her writing of the book To Sing in English, and is now sought after as a diction coach and vocal/choral clinician.

Lynda has produced four solo CDs and additional solo singles. These recordings feature her unique and refreshing arrangements and are available for download through Amazon and iTunes.

Having taught at the university and graduate school level for twenty years, Lynda now maintains a private voice studio in Ft. Worth, Texas. There she loves to help people of all ages and abilities to discover the joy and freedom in their singing.