We are delighted to welcome Angelina Lynne to Al Ain as one of the performers on the bill for the AAMF’s inaugural “International Jazz Evening”!
Canadian soprano Angelina Lynne is a versatile singer, musician, and teacher. She enjoys singing many genres including classical art song, opera, musical theater, and jazz and has performed internationally in various recitals and festivals including the Barcelona Festival of Song in Spain.
While residing in the UAE she has had the opportunity to perform with various artists in Al Ain, Sharjah, and Ras Al Khaimah. Ms. Lynne holds a Master of Music in Voice Performance degree from the University of Auckland in New Zealand and a Bachelor of Music from Mount Allison University in Canada. Her principal teachers have included Helen Pridmore, Peter Groom, and Patricia Wright.
Ms. Lynne has been the recipient of several awards including an ArtsNB grant, the Don Wright Scholarship in Music Education, the First Prize in Division VI at the Atlantic NATS Singing Competition, and the Universitas Summer Research Award.
At present, Ms. Lynne lives and works in Sharjah where she is on the music faculty at the American University of Sharjah. Her passion for teaching music has taken her to Belgium, Paris, Egypt and New Zealand where she has taught in various forms and to all ages.
Angelina is teaming up with Dan Turcanu, Director of the Al Ain Chamber Orchestra, for her set on Friday, 27th November at the Hili Al Rayhaan by Rotana Hotel.
Don’t miss it!