2 p.m. presentation followed by light refreshments
The Intersection of Visual and Performing Arts
The term Gesamtkunstwerk, popularized by German opera composer Richard Wagner, translates to “total work of art” and refers to the thrilling synergy created by the coming together of design, performance and a live audience. Opera as an art form exemplifies this idea, merging the worlds of music and art into a feast for the senses. Join professional opera singer and visual artist Lyndsay Moy as she speaks about her work as a painter and performer, sharing stories and lessons from her experience at the intersection of visual and performing arts.
About the Presenter
Lyndsay Moy is a mezzo-soprano and artist living and working in Indianapolis. She has appeared across the country and Europe in many operatic and oratorio roles, most recently appearing as Nettie Fowler in Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel with Indianapolis Opera. As a painter, she specializes in portraiture and realism commissions, running a private painting studio with national and international clientele, and has been featured in several juried gallery exhibitions. She teaches both voice and painting and currently serves as Education & Community Engagement Director for Indianapolis Opera.
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