“You are a natural on stage and that is where you belong … I did not want it to end!”
—Sonia Stewart
About Face Talent Agency

“We loved it! You were sizzling with personality and charm — Your pipes were on a roll and could do no wrong!
Cows to Cadenzas Patron

“You are made for the stage! I loved everything about your presentation!
Cows to Cadenzas Patron

“…Charming and comedic and beautifully sung… I hope all the whooping and hollering and profuse affection cascading across the footlights were fun for you, as it was most well-deserved!
Cows to Cadenzas Patron

“The most exciting new songstress from the Pacific Northwest in years, Linda Lane Smith—a name to remember, a soprano whose expressiveness is a theatrical experience. This enrapturing singer found time during her early years on a small farm in Sherwood, OR, to raise 4-H Herefords, becoming County and State Champion Beef Showman. She’s proud of this and mentions it almost in the same breath with saying she received her degree in voice performance and a minor in piano at Boston Conservatory of Music.”
—Rolo Harlow Shillios
Portland Magazine

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Linda Lane Smith takes being raised on a farm to deliciously funny heights inher one woman show From Cows to Cadenzas™.

From bails of hay to the elegant cobble stone streets of Vienna, Austria.

Miss Smith enchants you with stories about her adventures around the world as an opera singer and how her “rural roots” helped her win European International singing competitions and performances.

Memory Lane...

Linda Lane took grand champion in beef showmanship at the Hillsboro County Fair, with her Hereford, Annabelle.

“Unlike the other two Jenny Linds, Ms. Smith showed no sines of nervousness.’ Here with Borden’s Elsie the cow, a Jenny Lind Competition sponsor.

Linda Lane Smith with pianist Norman Shetler on the T.S. Maxim Gorki.