B.A. in Violin Performance – University of North Texas (1992)
Dawn Lindsay is recognized as one of Alaska’s leading violinists, enjoying a diverse career that includes orchestral, chamber, Broadway, crossover and baroque music.
She has performed baroque violin locally with Anchorage Festival of Music and Alaska Chamber Singers’ Bach Cantata series, as well as completing baroque studies at Queens College and Vancouver Early Music summer programs. In 2020, she learned and performed in Tasmania, Australia with the Baroque Orchestra, Van Dieman’s Band. Dawn began her musical training at age five as a Suzuki violinist. She studied at Indiana University with Mimi Zweig, and holds a BA in Violin Performance from the University of North Texas.
Ms. Lindsay joined the faculty of University of Alaska, Anchorage as a violin instructor in 2016. She is also a member of the Anchorage Symphony and holds the position of concertmaster with Anchorage Opera Orchestra. Outside of Anchorage, she performs regularly with the Juneau Symphony Orchestra, Juneau’s Amalga Chamber Group and performed as a guest chamber music artist with the Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival 2015-2019.
A champion of education, she teaches a large a studio of violinists aged five to seventy.