Wilkes University Division of Performing Arts to Present Flutist A. Lish Lindsey in
Concert Sunday, Sept. 14
The Wilkes University Division of Performing Arts will present flutist A. Lish Lindsey
in concert on Sunday, Sept. 14. The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the upper lobby
of the Darte Center. The performance is free and open to the public. Donations to
support performing arts programs will be accepted.
Lindsey will perform a variety of classical and contemporary works, including pieces
by Mozart, Haydn, Rutter, Kennan and Piazzolla. She will be accompanied by guest artists
Ron Stabinsky on piano, I-Yun “Amy” Tu on flute, and Mark Bassett on cello.
Lindsey is a New York City flutist who performs and teaches in New York, Pennsylvania
and New Jersey. She has played in China, England and the United States, including
at Carnegie Hall’s Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, Avery Fisher Hall at the Lincoln
Center and the Beacon Theater in New York City; the Kennedy Center in Washington,
D.C.; the Kimmel Center’s Verizon Hall, Perelman Theater and Commonwealth Plaza in
Philadelphia; and the New Jersey State Theatre, among others.
An adjunct professor of flute and director of the flute ensemble at Wilkes University,
Lindsey also teaches at Mercer County Community College in West Windsor, N.J., the
Conservatory of Musical Arts of Audubon, Paramus Community Music School and Hillsborough
High School, N.J.
As part of the 2013 Imani Winds Chamber Music Festival, Lindsey and clarinetist Dawn
Marie Hamilton collaborated with Eric Ewazen on piano to perform the New York premiere
of Ewazen’s “Wildflowers.” In 2012 she won an opportunity to perform the “Cimarosa
Flute Concerto for Two Flutes” with soloist Carol Wincenc and the Pocono Flute Society
Flute Choir at the choir’s annual festival. In December 2012, she performed Bulla’s
“Rhapsody for Flute and Band” with the Wilkes University Civic Band under the direction
of Phil Simon, Wilkes director of instrumental studies.
For more information, please contact the Wilkes University Division of Performing
Arts at 570-408-4420 or firstname.lastname@example.org.