Linda Kline is the Professor of Viola at Boise State University and is the Associate Chair of the Department of Music. In the summer she teaches at the Interlochen Summer Arts Camp. Kline holds viola performance degrees from Northwestern University, The Cleveland Institute of Music, and The University of Memphis. Recent performances include the Virtuosi Festival in Recife, Brazil, solo recitals in Seattle and Memphis, and collaborations with the Kandinsky Trio, the Rothko Trio, and the Blakemore Trio. She is a member of the IRIS Orchestra and the Boise Philharmonic, and has performed with the Strings Festival, the Memphis Symphony, 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.

What is your favorite composer/genre? Bach

Tell us a little about yourself (hobbies, interests, etc.): I enjoy hiking, biking, and traveling.

Contact info for students seeking lessons: lkline@boisestate.edu