Lynn Eustis: Soprano, Author, and Educator
Soprano Lynn Eustis is currently Associate Professor of Voice at Boston University. From 1999 to 2012, she was Associate Professor of Voice and Director of Graduate Studies in Music at the University of North Texas. She holds degrees from Florida State University (DM), the Curtis Institute of Music (MM) and Bucknell University (BM). She has sung over thirty operatic roles and appears regularly as a concert soloist with numerous professional organizations. Dr. Eustis has published several books with GIA Publications, including The Singer's Ego: Finding Balance Between Music and Life and The Teacher’s Ego: When Singers become Voice Teachers. She is a native of Long Island, New York.
How does an artist come to terms with a brain tumor? A compelling storyteller, Lynn Eustis reveals her experiences with immediacy and intimacy. Her journal entries along with curated Bible verses and quotations from poems and literature are inspiring. Blending self-reflection and humor, she explains how a deeper understanding of singing, teaching, music, and mortality has transformed her life for the better.
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