Linda Volman Lane

Fine Arts Coordinator
(910) 630-7100
Reeves Lower Level
Linda Volman, Fine Arts Coordinator & Adjunct Instructor of Flute

Adjunct Instructor of Flute

Degrees:

B.M.A., University of South Carolina; M.M., Louisiana State University

Bio:

Linda Volman Lane is a flutist and piccoloist in the Fayetteville, NC area. In the fall semester of 2008, she began her study as a Doctoral Candidate at Louisiana State University and was the Substitute Flute Professor for the semester. She is currently the Adjunct Flute Professor at Methodist University, flutist with the Carolina Philharmonic Orchestra, substitutes in area orchestras, and she also has a thriving flute studio. Most recently, Mrs. Lane performed in the pit orchestra for Theatre Raleigh’s production of the Secret Garden and Cape Fear Regional Theatre’s production of The Little Mermaid.

While in Atlanta from May 2010 to May 2011, Mrs. Lane was the Piccoloist for the Tara Winds Concert Band and soloed with them at University of Southern Mississippi. While in Louisiana she was the 3rd Flute/Piccolo for the Baton Rouge Symphony and was the Principal Flutist with the Louisiana Sinfonietta. She was Principal of the LSU Wind Ensemble during the two years of coursework for the DMA as well as the two years of her Master's Degree. She also played with the LSU Symphony Orchestra for two years while getting her Master's Degree.

Before attending Louisiana State University, Mrs. Lane received her Bachelor's Degree in Flute Performance from The University of South Carolina. There she was Principal Flutist for both the Symphony Orchestra and the Symphonic Band. She was a substitute for the South Carolina Philharmonic Orchestra as well as the Augusta Symphony Orchestra. She was the state winner for the South Carolina MTNA solo competition and received second place at the regional level.

Outside of music, Mrs. Lane enjoys cooking, movies, and spending time with her husband John, his children Alexis and Kylie, and their pets.

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