Lynn Singleton is a lecturer in class piano and keyboard harmony, and was appointed in 2015 as a faculty member in the Wellness Program. As an Allied Health Professional member of the Performing Arts Medical Association, she works with musicians to increase body awareness, develop healthy movement habits, and practice self-massage, with the ultimate goal of preventing performance-related pain and injury. In addition to bachelor's and master's degrees in performance, she also has certifications in Pilates, Yamuna Body Rolling®, Yoga Tune-Up Therapy®, Reflexology, and Restorative ExerciseTM. She has been a guest clinician at state and national music teacher conferences, presenting a lecture entitled “Body Sustainability: A Guide for Musicians.”
Singleton has received numerous awards, including a grant from the Ohio Music Teachers Association, to attend the 2015 “Free to Play” Piano Symposium at the University of South Florida. She was recently chosen by the Ohio Music Teachers Association as a 2016 Foundation Fellow through the Music Teachers National Association and will be recognized at the MTNA National Conference in San Antonio, Texas in April 2016. In 2003, she was chosen State Certified Teacher of the Year by the Ohio Music Teachers Association.
In addition to her duties at Ohio State, Singleton maintains a private studio in the Clintonville area of Columbus and is active as a soloist and collaborative pianist.