Ep.57 Lindsey Goodman – Advocate for Living Composers


  • Choosing blip blop music
  • Listening to the things we can’t do right now
  • Music that is crunchy & difficult
  • Curating experiences vs. educating audiences
  • Even New York Philharmonic players practice before and after breakfast!
  • Reading the same book every year
  • Save!
  • An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth” Colonel Chris Hadfield¬†

Flutist Lindsey Goodman is a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician, and educator. Lindsey has performed, taught, and presented across three continents, including at Carnegie Hall, Eastman, Edinburgh Fringe, Oberlin, Google headquarters, National and Canadian Flute Association conventions, and across China.

An advocate for composers, Lindsey has given over 140 world premieres. Her solo albums are reach through the sky (New Dynamic Records), returning to heights unseen, and Etereo (PARMA Recordings) with additional performances on New World, Albany, New Focus, and Navona. Lindsey has given recitals in NYC, performed concertos across the US and Canada, and been broadcast on radio stations nationwide.

Lindsey is principal flutist of the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra, faculty at West Virginia State University and Marietta College, and founded the chamber groups Leviathan Trio, PANdemonium4, and Chrysalis Duo. Lindsey received degrees from Manhattan School of Music and Northwestern and Duquesne Universities and resides in Ohio. www.LindseyGoodman.com