Associate Professor of Music
Director of Undergraduate Studies in Music
Telephone: (208) 282-2611
- B.Mus. 1987, Westminster Choir College
- M.Mus. 1991, Indiana University
- D.M.A. 2002, Rutgers University
Joined ISU Faculty in 2002.
Dr. Livingston Friedley has appeared as a guest soloist with numerous organizations including: the Nebraska Choral Arts Society in Omaha, St. Cecilia Chorus and Chamber Orchestra of New York, the Central Jersey Symphony Orchestra and Master Chorale; Bremen Camerata Instrumentale in Bremen, Germany, Princeton University's Concert Jazz Ensemble, and the Hunterdon Choral Union and Symphony of New Jersey. Recent concert and recital appearances include the Orpheus Concert Series in Fresno, California, a five-city tour of Taiwan in 2001, the Taiwanese American 9/11 Benefit Concert held at the Harold Washington Library in Chicago, the Taiwanese American East Coast Conference at Delaware University, the Westchester Taiwanese Women's Association 25th Anniversary Celebration at Purchase College, SUNY, New York, and Westminster Choir College's Faculty concert series in Princeton, New Jersey. Dr. Livingston Friedley performed in 2002-03 with the Fresno Philharmonic in California, as a guest artist in Merkin Hall's Composers' Series in New York, and as soprano solist with the Fresno Community Chorus' performance of Haydn's Lord Nelson Mass.
Dr. Livingston Friedley has performed numerous operatic roles, including "Mimi Manini" with the Zwei-Groschen-Oper's production of 1001 Nights in Venice at the Theaterhof in Humbach, Germany. Other operatic roles include: Fiorilla in Rossini's Il Turco in Italia, Adele in Die Fledermaus, Zerlina in Don Giovanni, and Musetta in a critically acclaimed production of La Bohéme, that received the 1995 National Opera Association's Best Production Award. Dr. Livingston Friedley has also worked with numerous opera companies in New York, including: Opera Orchestra of New York, the Bronx Opera Company, the American Chamber Opera Company, and the Liederkranz Foundation.