Alicia "Lish" Lindsey is a classically trained flutist living in the heart of New York City.
Lish was born in South Korea and grew up in New Jersey, 15 minutes outside of Philadelphia, PA where jimmies and sprinkles are considered two different confectionery toppings.
As a freelance musician, she has enjoyed performing with some of the most talented and vibrant musicians in the United States as well as in Japan, China, and England.
Lish can be found performing with the Capital Philharmonic Orchestra, Josh Groban: Stages Tour Orchestra, Il Volo Concert Tour, Strauss Symphony of America, Rittenhouse Orchestra, Sinfonietta Nova, Fresh Squeezed Opera Company, and the Eastern Wind Symphony. She is also a substitute flutist for the Broadway musical, Finding Neverland.
Adjunct teaching appointments include Wilkes University, New Jersey City University, and Mercer County Community College.
She will be joining the music faculty in Italy as part of the Summer Music in Tuscany music festival and returning to teach at the Pocono Flute Summer Camp for the summer of 2016. Applications to study and perform at these two locations are now available!
Lish is a member of AFM Local 802 (NYC) and 77 (Philadelphia), the National Flute Association, the New Jersey Flute Society, the New York Flute Club, the Pocono Flute Society, Opera America, and has held membership with the Flute Society of Greater Philadelphia.
She is the orchestra manager for the New York Opera Exchange (NYC) and on the Board of Directors for the Litha Symphony Orchestra (NYC). She was a recorded round judge for the 2015 National Flute Association's High School Soloist Competition and 2016 San Diego Flute Guild Young Artist Competiton, and was a live round judge for the Pocono Flute Society's Young Artist Competition and Flute Society of Greater Philadelphia's Tomasone Youth Artist Competiton.
Current Equipment: 14k Handmade Powell Flute with a Martin Gordon Headjoint, Kowalewsky Grenadilla Palanca Traverso, Grenadilla Haynes Piccolo, Silver Rudall Carte Alto, Artley Ogilvie Bass, and various ethnic flutes and whistles.