Debby Lennon, a member of the St. Louis Symphony Chorus for eleven seasons, she made her solo debut with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra in the 1992 Carnegie Hall premiere of William Bolcoms Songs of Innocence and Experience. The Boston Globe called her, brassily irresistible. She is a frequent soloist with the SLSO Queeny Pops, Bob Colemans Legacy Big Band and the Steve Schankman Orchestra as well as being an active freelance artist in the St. Louis area.
From 1992-1999, she recorded and performed with the nationally known
a capella group Pieces of 8 of which she was a founding member. In March of 2003, Debby performed in Lincoln Centers Avery Fischer Hall as a soloist with the New York City Gay Mens Chorus in Viva La Diva and in June of that year was a back-up singer for Sissel in her PBS American debut at the Sheldon Concert Hall in St. Louis Missouri. In February of 2004, Debby performed as a soloist with the Space Coast Pops in a Tribute to the Big Band Era and will be returning in March of 2006 for an encore performance.
Debby is adjunct professor of voice at Webster University and Director of the Webster Jazz Singers in St. Louis, Missouri. Lennon also serves at St. Josephs Academy as vocal instructor and she maintains a private voice studio. Lennon attended Fontbonne University and studied voice at Washington University and at the Lecole Hindemith in Vevey, Switzerland.
Im All Smiles is Debbys first solo CD. It was released in November of 2005 to sold out performances at Finale Music and Dining in St. Louis, Missouri.