Laurie Lynn Lindemeier has written and performed all her life, most recently as an arts/culture blogger on Visit Fort Worth. Lindemeier is a fulltime medical editor but dedicates evenings to her memoir and blogs. She grew up in a musical family on a Minnesota farm and as first-generation college grad, has studied and performed both locally and abroad. Lindemeier was an exchange student at the University of Exeter, U.K., where she did the lead in Shakespeare’s The Tempest. After college, Lindemeier was a nanny in Germany’s Black Forest region. In Florida, she performed leads with the Ensemble and Surfside Theaters in Cocoa Beach. In Texas, Lindemeier sang leads with the Texas Gilbert Sullivan Society, Opera on Tap, and the Brookhaven College Opera Workshop. Lindemeier loves traveling—last year was Paris and this year will be Ireland.
Lindemeier has been a Dallas Morning News community voice writer, a travel blogger on DMagazine and a singer with the Dallas, Fort Worth Opera, and Deep Ellum opera companies. In her blog: LLLopera, http://LLLopera.wordpress.com Lindemeier includes her photos, paintings and sketches. Lindemeier is a contract singer at the Cathedral of Hope and lives in Uptown Dallas with her cat and grand piano.