Lyndsay L. Moy is both a gifted classical vocalist and a talented painter. She recently returned home to Indianapolis to join the Indianapolis Opera as a Resident Artist for their 2014-2015 season. She currently studies with Tom Studebaker. Lyndsay received her Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music in May of 2013, under the tutelage of Clifford Billions. She spent her undergraduate career at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, where in May of 2010, Lyndsay completed a five-year dual-degree program which earned her a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance (under the private instruction of Dr. Stanley Irwin and Dr. Jay White) and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Painting (under mentor Robert Kingsley). As a collegiate, she was a finalist in and winner of several vocal competitions and juried art shows. Born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana, Lyndsay developed a passion for performing and visual arts at an early age. She was active in music and art activities in elementary school, an involvement that did anything but diminish through high school, where she was involved in choir, orchestra, band, and the National Art Honor Society. She was most fortunate to work under the tutelage of several very talented art and music instructors in her teenage years. A two-time finalist in the Indiana statewide ‘Articulate’ art competition and an alumna of the Indianapolis Children’s Choir and Youth Chorale, Lyndsay was also keen to pursue painting and performance opportunities outside of high school. Most recently, she has enjoyed performing with Indianapolis Opera as a Resident Artist. Outside of Indianapolis Opera, she works as an event soloist, lending her voice to worship services, weddings, memorial services, and parties. She has also completed a number of commissioned art pieces, including children’s murals, portraits, signs, decorative paintings, and hand-painted canvas shoes.