Debra Lynn (b.1963) s in her fifth year as Assistant Professor of Music at Manchester College where she serves as Director of Choral Organizations and instructor of applied voice and conducting. Choral ensembles under her direction include Manchester Choral Society, A Cappella Choir, and Chamber Singers. Her ensembles have performed at various locations throughout the U.S. including Carnegie Hall in New York. Debra holds a Doctor of Arts in Music degree with an emphasis in choral conducting and voice performance from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. Prior degrees from Truman State University and William Jewell College include emphases in choral conducting, voice performance, and music education. Debra has studied conducting with Douglas Amman, Paul Vermel, Paul Crabb, and Arnold Epley. She has studied voice with Jeffrey Ballard, Mary Hagopian, Nicholas DiVirgilio, Paul Crabb, and Dean Wilder. Dr. Lynn has held teaching and conducting positions at Northeast Missouri State University, William Jewell College, and Mid-America Nazarene College. She has served as opera chorus director for Illinois Opera Theatre and as guest conductor for various composer forums and honor choir festivals. Debra is married to tubist, Robert Lynn. They reside in North Manchester with their four daughters, Bethany, Abby, and twins: Emily and Erin.
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