A Singer's Epiphany

A Singer's Epiphany

Lynn Eustis

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In this moving and insightful memoir, author Lynn Eustis explores what it means to be a professional musician and teacher at the height of her career who is suddenly faced with a brain tumor that not only threatens her life, but upends her concept of who she is. Her journal entries along with curated Bible verses and quotations from poems and literature are inspiring. Blending self-reflection and humor, she explains how a deeper understanding of singing, teaching, music, and mortality has transformed her life for the better.


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Lynn Eustis:
Lynn Eustis is a brain tumor survivor and faculty member at Boston University, where she teaches voice. She is the author of "The Singer's Ego: Finding Balance between Music" and "Life and The Teacher's Ego: When Singers Become Voice Teachers." A native of Long Island, New York, she lives in Boston with her two cats. Lynn Eustis is a brain tumor survivor and faculty member at Boston University, where she teaches voice. She is the author of The Singer's Ego: Finding Balance between Music and Life and The Teacher's Ego: When Singers Become Voice Teachers. A native of Long Island, New York, she lives in Boston with her two cats.

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