Lucille KincaidProgram Host
Lucille Kincaid is a weekly host of WDIY Classics as well as WDIY's music librarian for the Janet Goloub Classical Music Library. Her background is in music education, having worked as a music educator in New Jersey public schools for 33 years. The last 18 years of her career were spent as vocal music director of Sparta High School in Sparta, New Jersey. During her tenure there, her choirs performed in festivals and workshops across the US, Canada, and Europe.
As a pianist, she has accompanied numerous county, regional, All State, and All Eastern choirs which afforded her the opportunity to perform in Heinz Hall, Meyerhoff Hall, and Carnegie Hall.
Kincaid has been heavily involved with the production of musicals for many years, having contributed to over 100 performances as either a pit musician, vocal coach or musical director/conductor.
Since moving to Pennsylvania from New Jersey in 2005, Kincaid has worked with various area high schools and community theater groups while also serving as a regular music director at the PA Playhouse in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. She became a regular weekly on-air host of WDIY Classics in 2015.
Kincaid also enjoys working with soloists and chamber groups, keeping busy as an accompanist, guest conductor, and adjudicator for various choral and teen art festivals. She lives in Easton with her husband, John, a professor at Lafayette College and they both enjoy traveling and spending time with their grandchildren.
Lucille Kincaid welcomes Tony Marinho from the Portuguese American Club to talk about the upcoming Portuguese Heritage Day festivities on June 9-10 in Bethlehem.
'I Feel Like I Found a Community,' Dr. Christopher Jackson on Beginning His New Role as Bach Choir's ConductorHalf a year into his new role as artistic director and conductor of the Bach Choir of Bethlehem, Dr. Christopher Jackson sits down with WDIY's Lucille Kincaid to discuss how he's adjusting to his new position.
Pennsylvania Sinfonia Orchestra conductor and violinist Paul Chou talks with WDIY's Lucille Kincaid about his concert at First Presbyterian Church of Allentown on Saturday, November 19, 2022 featuring some devilishly-good selections from Boccherini, Tartini, and Schubert.