A founding member of the Americana group Voxology, and Inursha before that, Les Vonderlin has performed across the United States. She was the featured vocalist in the house band for the NPR radio show The Good Life Cafe. Vonderlin's voice has been described as "hypnotizing" by recording artist Christopher Shaw.
An award winning songwriter and vocalist, Vonderlin's talents have been recognized by the North Bay Deer Creek Fiddler's Convention in Westminster, Maryland and the South Florida Folk Festival. She was a 3rd Place winner in the 2010 Susquehanna Music & Arts Festival Songwriting Contest in Havre de Grace, Maryland, and most recently had three songs recognized by the 2011 UK Songwriting Contest.
She was a Semi-Finalist with Stories (for Lauren K.) and a Finalist in the annual international songwriting event with Someday Soon, the title-track of the last Voxology album. If She Waits received a Commended Entry nod.
Her original a capella piece, Missing You, has been featured in performances and competitions by The Dance Academy in Hanover, Pennsylvania. The piece took the Platinum award at competitions in Maryland and New Jersey in the Spring of 2011. Missing You was recognized as the Best Musical Selection at Cathy Roe's Ultimate Dance 2011 competition.
A highlight of her musical career was performing with Voxology at the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Vonderlin has been featured on numerous recordings, including three Voxology releases.