Julia Lindsay Grenon has been performing as a soprano soloist since she was four years old. As with many performers, she began performing in her father's churches and at many campmeetings. Her first solo concert was given at the age of 16 in the Hyattsville, MD SDA Church where her father was the senior pastor.
In 1984 and 1985, Julia traveled the United States in a motorhome giving sacred music concerts in churches all over the country: touring included traveling as far north as Michigan, as far south as Florida, up the east coast and as far west as Colorado.
In January 1986, she made her way to Berrien Springs, MI to attend Andrews University and completed her degree in August 1987 when she was awarded a Masters Degree in Music Performance. At this time, Julia was hired by the AU Department of Music where she served for the next 28 years as a music instructor and Coordinator of the Vocal area.
Julia Lindsay Grenon has served not only as a soprano soloist, but served many years as Assistant Choral Director for the Southwest Michigan Symphony Orchestra Chorus under the direction of Dr. Robert Vodnoy; her service has also been as soprano in several small vocal ensembles, producer/director of several musicals, opera works and operettas, a number of church musician positions and in many choruses. Her solo and choral singing have taken her all over the world to many countries as well as through our own United States of America.
Julia Lindsay currently freelances in various music projects, performs as soprano soloist and spends more time with her husband, George,and "kids" Chip, Gabe, Lady and Casey. She counts it a privilege to work with the lovely ladies of Monday Musical.