By day, Kathy Landschulz is a scientist with a PhD in biology, but she has another passion – singing.
The Zionsville resident began singing when she was 10 years old and is now a member of the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir.
“I had my first opportunity to be a part of a children’s choir in New Mexico,” Landschulz said. “I sat behind the curtain and sang as part of a big production, and I got hooked. I had always been interested in singing, but to be a part of a chorus like that was really exciting.”
Landschulz said that performance of “The Death of the Bishop of Brindisi” was one of her favorite performances.
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