• Dayne Frost
    Dayne Frost,
    Vocal Instructor

    B.A., Eckerd College
    M.M., Washington University
    Email: dfrost@leeuniversity.edu

    Dayne Frost, adjunct professor of applied voice, earned her Master’s degree in vocal performance from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. She lived in Germany for 21 years, 11 of which she spent singing in the professional opera chorus of the Theater für Niedersachsen in Hildesheim, Germany. As a teacher of applied voice, she provides instruction in vocal technique, literature, interpretation, and diction, as well as encouragement in performing experience and the progress and health of the voice for undergraduate music majors, minors, and elective students. She teaches a vocal seminar class to give her students the opportunity to perform and to receive coaching, as well as to participate in sessions on vocal health and technique. She has taken groups of students to the NATS Mid-South auditions each Spring.

Music Events Calendar

8/26
Faculty Recital: Dr. Jonathan Jung, Piano
Begins at 7:30 PM

Squires Recital Hall
Faculty Recital: Dr. Jonathan Jung, Piano
9/05
Presidential Concert Series: Ning An, Piano
Begins at 7:30 PM

Pangle Hall
Presidential Concert Series: Ning An, Piano
Returning to Lee, Ning An is that rare pianist – musician who “combines flawless technique and mastery of the instrument with an expressive power that is fueled by profound and insightful...
9/16
String Theory at the Hunter Hosts an Open Rehearsal
Begins at 2:00 PM

Pangle Hall
String Theory at the Hunter Hosts an Open Rehearsal
String Theory at the Hunter musicians will host an open rehearsal where they will be playing L’Histoire du Soldat. Featuring: Alexi Kenney, violin Romie de Guise-Langlois, clarinet Peter Kolkay,...
9/18
Trumpet Masterclass: Brandon Ridenour
Begins at 11:00 AM

Squires Recital Hall
Trumpet Masterclass: Brandon Ridenour
9/20
Guest Artist Recital: Alex Lapins, tuba
Begins at 7:30 PM

Squires Recital Hall
Guest Artist Recital: Alex Lapins, tuba
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