Debby LennonDebby Lennon (Actress) has been a member of the St. Louis Symphony Chorus for 33 seasons making her solo debut with the Symphony Orchestra in the 1992 Carnegie Hall premiere of William Bolcom’s “Songs of Innocence and Experience.”

The Boston Globe called her, “brassily irresistible.” Ms. Lennon was the recipient of the St. Louis Theater Circle Awards for Best Actress in a Musical in 2016 for Max & Louie Productions’ “Grey Gardens” and Best Actress in a Comedy in 2017 in Max & Louie Productions’ “Souvenir”. She appeared in the one woman show, “Love, Linda, The Life of Mrs. Cole Porter,” directed by Ken Page and most recently in Max & Louie’s sold out hit, “Songs for Nobodies.”

She has performed with Winter Opera, Union Avenue Opera, Opera Theater of St. Louis, The Muny, STAGES and Variety. Ms. Lennon returned to The Muny stage for the 100th season, playing the role of Dora Bailey in Singing in the Rain. She has performed at Avery Fisher Hall, Carnegie Hall, Powell Symphony Hall and has been a featured soloist on many concert series events at The Sheldon, The Pulitzer, The Touhill, and Jazz at the Bistro. Debby is director of vocal jazz studies at Webster University.