Lyndsay Promane

Mezzo-Soprano (Community Program Mentor)

Lyndsay Promane (she/her) is a performer, educator, and speaker based in Toronto. Praised for “a genuine and deeply satisfying sound” (The WholeNote), she is known as a “top-notch performer” (Opera Canada) and an artist with “an arresting presence on the opera stage and a thoughtful concert artist” (Schmopera). Most recently, she is a Dora Mavor Moore Award-winning artist (Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble 2023). Lyndsay has been a member of the Canadian Opera Company Chorus since the 2018/2019 season, hailed as “utterly brilliant” (The Globe and Mail). She is an alumna of the University of Toronto Faculty of Music, UofT Opera, and the Orpheus Choir of Toronto Sidgwick Scholarship Program. 

Lyndsay is a faculty member at the Holy Trinity School and previously served as a mentor with Opera InReach and on the Board of Directors for the Ontario Music Educators’ Association (OMEA). Lyndsay has been a clinician with the Toronto Beach Chorale, Toronto Summer Music, and the East York Music Festival. 

As a public speaker, Lyndsay has been engaged to facilitate workshops regarding navigating life as an artist following graduation, building a strong online presence and community, and the significance of creating a varied professional profile among other topics for Pacific Opera Victoria, the Association for Opera in Canada, the Renaissance Arts Academy (Los Angeles), Bucknell University, the Marigold Music Program, and the University of Toronto Faculty of Music to name a few. | @lyndsaypromane