M240 Creative Arts Center
Debbie Lindley is adjunct instructor in piano and has been a staff accompanist at Wright State University since 2003. Before her move to Ohio, she was previously staff accompanist at the University of Mobile and was a member of the piano faculty at the University of South Alabama. Mrs. Lindley's performance experience as both soloist and accompanist are wide-ranging. She made her orchestral debut with the New Orleans Symphony at the age of 14 and also appeared with the symphony as a collegiate artist. She has performed as concerto soloist several times with the Mobile Piano Ensemble and has presented numerous solo recitals. At the University of Mobile, she served as pianist and organist for the Chorale's European tour.
Mrs. Lindley has served as an adjudicator for piano festivals and competitions throughout the Southeast. Mrs. Lindley earned a Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance from the University of South Alabama and a Master of Music degree from the University of Maryland where she studied with the award-winning artist Santiago Rodriguez. In addition to her role at Wright State University, she is also adjunct instructor in piano at Sinclair Community College in Dayton. She is a member of Music Teachers National Association. She has also been active in church music as both pianist and organist and is currently pianist at First Baptist Church of Dayton.
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