Landon Scriber, son of Shawna Morris and Eugene Scriber, is from Pineville, Louisiana. He received his Bachelor's degree in vocal performance from Mississippi College while studying both voice and conducting under Dr. Jamie Meaders. After graduating from Mississippi College, he began his Master’s degree at LSU in choral conducting. During his time at LSU, Landon was a graduate assistant conductor for three choirs and conducted productions for LSU Musical Theatre. He studied choral conducting with Dr. Trey Davis and Dr. John Dickson and voice with Dennis Jesse.
During Landon’s undergraduate vocal studies, he performed the roles of Pinello in Gianni Schicchi, Ben in The Telephone, and The Page in Amahl and the Night Visitors with Mississippi Opera. He also performed with Mississippi College Opera and Mississippi College Musical Theatre in the roles of Father in Ragtime, Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls, and Pierre Lafitte in Cabildo. Before arriving at LSU, Mr. Scriber travelled to South Africa with the University of South Carolina's University Chorus and the Mississippi College Singers to perform the baritone solo in Brahms' iconic Ein Deutsches Requiem. Once he arrived at LSU, Landon performed as a soloist with the LSU A Cappella Choir at Louisiana ACDA, LSU Chamber Singers, and LSU Tiger Glee.
After graduating from LSU Landon became the Director of Choral Activities at Alexandria Senior High School and music minister at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Alexandria, LA. Along with remaining an active clinician, Landon currently sings for two professional choral ensembles. Both choirs, Red Shift from Baton Rouge, LA under the direction of Dr. Trey Davis and Atlanta, GA based Coro Vocati under the direction of Dr. John Dickson, have featured Landon as a soloist in numerous performances. His highlights of those being Coro’s concert program at Southern Division ACDA in 2018 and stage production of ‘Considering Matthew Shepard’ in 2019. In a review of ‘Considering Matthew Shepard’ by William Ford of EarRelevent, Landon’s voice was described as “sensitive, warm, and living.” In April of 2018 he was privileged to sing the baritone solo in Dan Forrest’s ‘Jubilate Deo’ under the direction of Dr. Jamie Meaders.