David Lindsey- Lyric Baritone, is a member of the voice faculty at the Flint Institute of Music and a member of the music staff at Court Street United Methodist Church – Flint. He earned a Bachelor of Music in Education from UM-Flint in 1996, and a Masters in Vocal Pedagogy and Performance from Westminster Choir College of Rider University in 2003.
Mr. Lindsey has studied voice with Melody Racine, Candace de Lattre, Wendy Bloom, and Nada Radakovich and sung under stellar conductors such as Carolyn Mawby, Margaret Hillis, John Rutter, and Enrique Diemecke.
David has also performed throughout the United States as well as several world sites over his twenty-five year career. To highlight just a few, he has performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City, The National Cathedral in Washington D. C., Westminster Abbey in London, and the American Embassy in Auckland, New Zealand. His solo/chorus singing career has included portraying a member of the chorus in Donizetti’s Daughter of the Regiment. He has also performed with the Flint Light Opera Company in the role of Ben in Menotti’s The Telephone, and the Judge in Gilbert and Sullivan’s Trial by Jury. This coming January, you can hear David perform the title role in Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi. David is proud to say he grew up in the Flint area and graduated from Swartz Creek High School. He thanks his high school choir teacher, David Priestap, and his elementary music teacher, Jeanette Lindsey – his mom. email@example.com