Lisa Lynch received her Bachelor of Music degree in Voice Performance from Eastman School of Music, where she was the recipient of the George Eastman merit scholarship. She earned her Master of Music in Voice from the New England Conservatory of Music, and is a candidate for the Doctor of Musical Arts in Voice Performance at the University of Connecticut at Storrs. Her voice teachers have included James Ruff, D’Anna Fortunato, Robert McIver and Tom Bogdan. In addition to opera performances with UConn Opera Theatre, Cantata Singers Chamber Series and the Harvard Early Music Society, Lisa has performed as soloist with the Capella Clausura, Cantata Singers, and is a founding member of the Libella Quartet. She was a faculty member at the Corwin-Russell School in Sudbury from 2006-2009, where she taught voice, piano and served as music director and accompanist for the school’s musicals, and is currently teaching Music Theory classes at UConn under a teaching assistantship. Lisa has taught voice and piano privately for over ten years. She joined the JOMP faculty in September of 2011.