Lynn Baker

Associate Editor for Transcriptions
Private Practice, New York City
Vocal Coach and Pianist

 

 

 

 

Contributions to IDEA:
Transcriptions

Afghanistan 1 | Alberta 1 | Alberta 2 | Australia 10 | Australia 11 | Australia 12 | Australia 14 | Australia 15 | Egypt 3 | New Brunswick 1 | Newfoundland 1 | Newfoundland 2 | Newfoundland 3 | Nova Scotia 1 | Saudi Arabia 1 | Saudi Arabia 2 | Saudi Arabia 3 | South Africa 5 | South Africa 8 | South Africa 9 | Thailand 4 | Turkmenistan 1 |

Bio: Lynn Baker is a vocal coach and collaborative pianist in New York City. She is an Assistant Conductor and English Diction Coach at the New York City Opera, and English Diction Coach and Vocal Consultant for New York City Ballet. She has also coached English works for the classical lyric theater for Seattle Opera, Opera New Jersey, the Bard Summerscapes Festival, Greenwood Music Festival and Weill Institute of Music at Carnegie Hall. This work encompasses over 25 operas and musical theater pieces, including  A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Seven Deadly Sins, A Quiet Place, Antony and Cleopatra, Vanessa, Semele, Where the Wild Things Are, Margaret Garner, The Turn of the Screw, The Rape of Lucretia, The Tender Land, and Leonard Bernstein’s Mass (recorded for Naxos American). Lynn is a frequent collaborative recitalist; notable venues include the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, The Pierpont Morgan Library and Museum Gilder Lehrman Hall , Alice Tully Hall and the East Room of the White House. She is an avid performer of new and contemporary opera and art song, and a participant in New York City Opera’s VOX program for new American operatic works. She holds the Master of Music degree in Accompanying from The Juilliard School.