Linda Kline Lamar

Instructor of Viola, Interlochen Arts Camp

Professor of Viola, Boise State University

D.M.A., Viola Performance, University of Memphis; M.M., Viola Performance, Cleveland Institute of Music; B.M., Viola Performance, Northwestern Univeristy

Linda Kline Lamar is the Professor of Viola at Boise StateUniversity and is the Associate Chair for the Department of Music. She has also been a faculty member at the Rocky Mountain Summer Conservatory in Steamboat Springs, CO. Dr. Kline Lamar holds viola performance degrees from Northwestern University, The Cleveland Institute of Music, and The University of Memphis.

Dr. Kline Lamar performs regular recitals throughout the country and abroad. Recent performances include the Virtuosi Festival in Recife, Brazil, solo recitals in Seattle and Memphis, and collaborations with the Kandinsky Trio, Rothko Trio, Blakemore Trio, and Darkwood Consort. She is a member of the IRIS Orchestra and the Boise Philharmonic, and has performed with the Strings Festival, the Memphis Symphony, Boise Baroque Orchestra, the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, the Erie Philharmonic, the Youngstown Symphony, the Spoleto Festival Orchestra, the Aspen Festival Orchestra, and the Garth Newel Chamber Orchestra.