Lindsay serves on the faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Mead Witter School of Music, where she is a member of the Wingra Wind Quintet. Formerly, she taught at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music, Sistema Ravinia, and was an Associate Instructor at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. There she is a candidate for a Doctor of Music under the instruction of Linda Strommen and Roger Roe and won the Oboe Studio Concerto Competition performing Martinu’s Oboe Concerto. Her dissertation is a curriculum design entitled, “Students and Local Residents: An Allied Community Through University Engagement.”
During recent summers, she has performed with the Santa Fe Opera, Grant Park, Midsummer’s (Door County), Lakes Area, Lake George, Castleton, Aspen, and Banff Music Festivals. She has also performed with the Milwaukee, Chicago, Indianapolis, Utah, and Nashville Symphony Orchestras.
In addition to performing and teaching, Lindsay is recognized for her intuitive work on oboe and English horn gouging machines. Particularly, she does maintenance and repair of machines designed by Ferrillo, Graf, Kunibert, and Gilbert.