Award winning pianist Linda Osborn has performed extensively across the United States and in Europe as a chamber musician and vocal accompanist. Her partnership has been recognized as "thoroughly satisfying, colorful and supportive" by the Los Angeles Times, with "an impressive ability to speak powerfully in both the softest and the loudest extremes of the piano's dynamic spectrum" by the Washington Post. Recent performance highlights include recital appearances at St. John's College in Cambridge, England, the Grand Place a Ath and the Stadsschouwburg a Brugges in Belgium, the University of Hawaii in Hilo, and Music Festivals in both Santiago de Compostela and Lugo Spain.

Locally, Linda is an active orchestral musician and proponent of new music. She performs regularly with the Boston Modern Opera Project and Opera Boston, and has premiered new works for some of Boston's leading contemporary music organizations, including The New Gallery Concert Series, Composers in Red Sneakers, and Alea III. She currently serves as repititeur for Opera Boston and is a frequent guest artist with the Florestan Recital Project. Her work can be heard on both the Arsis and New Issues labels.


Distler Performance Hall at Tufts University | September 25, 2009