Linda Boyd has concertized throughout the United States, Germany, Austria and Switzerland, and has been heard on National Public Radio and WQXR in New York City. She has performed at Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Avery Fischer Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, and the 92nd Street Y in New York.
Ms. Boyd concertizes with acclaimed New York based pianist Maxim Pakhomov. She frequently appears as soloist at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and numerous venues in New York City. She has recorded for the CBS Early Morning Show (music by James Horner), Super Bowls XLII and XLVI bumper music (music by John Williams and Joel Beckerman), NPR Sunday Morning Show, can be heard on the recordings LINDA BOYD LIVE, TRILOGY (flute, viola and harp trio, available on the Extreme Music Label), on YouTube, and has two new recordings soon to be released.
With internationally acclaimed classical guitarist Pepe Romero, Linda Boyd performed the East Coast premiere of Celedonio Romero's Suite Andaluza for Flute and Guitar at the 92nd Street Y in New York City.
Linda Boyd has appeared with the National Symphony Orchestra as principal flute, the American Sinfonietta in Europe, the New York Pops Orchestra with Skitch Henderson at Carnegie Hall, the Houston Symphony, the Houston Grand Opera, the Houston Ballet, and Texas Opera Theatre.
As an active chamber musician, Linda performs with celebrated harpist Wendy Kerner as the Kerner Boyd Duo. She is the Assistant Music Director and flute faculty of Summertrios, a music festival in Pennsylvania, where she performs and coaches chamber music. She has also coached at the Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music in New Hampshire.
In addition to performing, Linda enjoys teaching, with an enthusiastic following, she maintains active private teaching studios in Manhattan and Port Washington, Long Island, and via SKYPE, Google Chat, iChat and FaceTime. Many of her students have been awarded scholarships to major music schools and conservatories and have achieved acclaim in contests and competitions.