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Lindsay Robison Killian is a professional classical singer trained by both of her parents, Vivien and Clayne Robison, at Brigham Young University.  There she completed a double Bachelors degree in Vocal and Oboe Performance (Oboe studies with Geralyn Giovanetti) with a minor in Russian, and a Masters degree in Vocal Performance.  After winning the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions in 2000, she went to study voice in New York City with Rita Shane, and simultaneously did performance training with Ellen Rievman, movement with Joy Dunbar, and musical coaching with Luis Salemno, Carrie-Ann Matheson, Dennis Giauque, Linda Hall, and Brian Zeger.  She has performed in multiple young artist programs, professional stage productions, and concert oratorio works, both nationally and internationally.  Renowned organizations she has soloed with include the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Utah Symphony, Utah Opera, The Mormon Tabernacle choir, The Apollo Chorus, Cheyenne Symphony, Desert Symphony and Chorale, Washington East Opera, Millennial Choirs and Orchestra, The Salt Lake Symphony, and The Chandler Symphony.

After having 4 children (including triplets), she studied and practiced traditional diets on an experimental level -- converting modern favorite recipes into nutrient dense and efficient foods -- for 8 years. During this time she was led to the study of Spacial Dynamics® where she acquired a revelatory understanding of how movement flows in its most true-to-itself way, and of how beautiful form is drawn into existence.

Facebook: @anaflowing, or  --  Lullabies for the soul

YouTube:   --  Recent classical recordings