Debby Lennon

 

Adjunct Professor of Voice & Director of the Webster Jazz Singers

Debby Lennon

Debby Lennon is a native of St. Louis. She attended Fontbonne University and studied voice at Washington University, and at the L'Ecole Hindemith in Vevey, Switzerland. A member of the St. Louis Symphony Chorus for eleven seasons, she made her solo debut with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra in the 1992 Carnegie Hall premiere of William Bolcom's “Songs of Innocence and Experience.” She is a frequent soloist at the SLSO Queeny Pops and Powell Hall with Bob Coleman's Legacy Big Band and is an active free-lance artist in the St. Louis area. From 1992-1999, she recorded and performed with the nationally known a cappella octet, Pieces of 8, of which she is a founding member. In addition to serving on the voice and jazz faculty at Webster University, Professor Lennon serves at St. Joseph's Academy as vocal instructor, and she maintains a private voice studio. She recently issued her first compact disc, “I'm All Smiles,” to rave reviews throughout the Midwest.

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