Lindsay Waller, originally from Rhode Island, began playing violin at the age of 6. She attended the Jacqueline M. Walsh School for Performing and Visual Arts where she gained valuable musical skills such as theory, piano, guitar, and vocal technique. She also participated in ensembles at the RI Philharmonic School and Rhode Island College throughout high school. Going on to study with Anatole Wieck at the University of Maine, she graduated with a Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance in May 2018. During her time there she served as Principal Second and Assistant Concert Master in the university orchestra, also participating in chamber music, jazz combo, solo recitals, and local gigs with friends. Lindsay began teaching private lessons in the fall of 2017 and it quickly became a huge part of her life. Her belief is that music is meant to be shared and can help us all become more patient, understanding, and empathetic people. In the future she plans to continue to perform, teach, and explore interests such as education, community enrichment, and the variety of music the world has to offer!