I work with voice majors for graduate school audition prep, professionals, semi-professionals, high school performance-track students, and a few avid amateurs, as well as the occasional rehabilitation referral from Duke Voice Care Center or UNC Voice Center.

Wherever you are in your own singing path, I want to help you move forward technically by using your body more efficiently, releasing tension, and moving work to the muscles that promote free and easy singing.  I want you to discover the unique sound of your voice when tension barriers are down and your focus is on communication.  I want you to learn to sing by what you are doing and how it feels rather than by how it sounds to you.  I want our work together to free you up to sing for joy.

Private Lessons

Individual lessons are available by either 1.  a free audition or 2.  a paid consultation.

1.  After a free audition I will let you know my availability.

2.  If you prefer a paid 30-minute consultation ($45), you will receive a brief voice evaluation, recommendations for teachers in the area (including my availability), community and church choir recommendations, and a referral for any vocal health problems.

Contact me by email to schedule an audition or consultation.


Rumours of Passion, Cambridge-Duke Voices, Toby Young, conductor





Several Linnartz students and area singers accompanied her to Cambridge, UK to sing in the Cambridge-Duke Voices concert in Clare College Chapel, sponsored by Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts.