A charismatic and versatile soloist, chamber and orchestral musician, recording artist, educator, and clinician, flutist Lindsey Goodman is an advocate for contemporary music, living composers, electroacoustic, and multi-disciplinary works.
Lindsey Goodman, flutist
"Goodman is a passionate and entertaining artist whose joyful performances engage anyone..."
- Yvonne Hudson, Pittsburgh in the Round
NEW ALBUM RELEASED!
Flutist Lindsey Goodman presents her second solo album, returning to heights unseen (PARMA Recordings, 2018), which features eight commissioned works. Goodman is a budding composer’s dream, interpreting new music with impeccable style and tenacity.
"Lindsey Goodman’s performances here are all a composer of new work would hope. She has a rich tone and breath control that allows for interesting bends in sound required by this music. But further, her own dedication to the music itself ends up adding a compelling quality to the different works here. Each tends to explore similar qualities in her playing, but the end results are quite different... For fans of new music for flute, this is a must to pick up and explore as one awaits Goodman’s next release."
- Steven Kennedy, Cinemusical
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DEBUT SOLO ALBUM!
reach through the sky (New Dynamic Records, 2016) presents Lindsey Goodman’s debut album of six commissioned works by composers from the United States. The CD not only features Goodman as one of the premiere solo flutists in the country, but also a vocalist in a range of works that represent today’s stylistically diverse music scene. All of the pieces were written for Goodman and show the ultimate aim of collaboration between composer and performer. reach through the sky features music that taps into the sound worlds of both the traditional and experimental, showcasing the capabilities of an instrument that has touched the imagination of the human race for 35,000 years.