A. Lenora Green-Turner

Lenora Green-TurnerAmerican Soprano, Lenora Green-Turner, a native of Macon, GA has been hailed by Opera News as an impressive vocalist and NYTimes as a most expressive singer. She has sung such roles as Mimi (La Boheme); Mary (Highway 1, U. S. A.); Countess Susanna (Il Segreto di Susanna); First Lady (The Magic Flute), Donna Anna (Don Giovanni), title role Suor Angelica, Berta (Il Barbiere di Siviglia), High Priestess (Aida), Antonia (Les Contes d’Hoffmann). Holding many awards namely Jane Willson Emerging Artist award, Leo Rogers Scholarship/Sarasota Opera Guild; MONC Encouragement Award, regional NATS, William Knight Competition, MTNA Young Artist Program, Former Artist-In-Residence for Stax Music Academy, LeMoyne-Owen College, and Opera Memphis (2013-2017); Dr. Green-Turner has earned her DMA (Dr. Louise Toppin) and MM from University of Michigan and Performance Diploma (Carol Vaness) from Indiana University. She is a member of Exigence under the baton of Dr. Eugene Rogers partnering with Sphinx Organization, a non-profit building diversity in classical music.  Dr. Green-Turner is the Founder and CEO of Green Room Studios, LLC; a private vocal studio that helps singers find their authentic creativity and on the distinguished music faculty at the University of Arkansas i.n Fayetteville, AR.