Alicia "Lish" Lindsey is a New York City performer and educator who made her Carnegie Hall debut as solo piccoloist with the Eastern Wind Symphony and has performed in venues such as David Geffen Hall (Avery Fisher Hall) at Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center, Kimmel Center's Verizon Hall, and venues in Japan, China, and England.
Professional orchestral ensembles have included the South Florida, Harrisburg, Lancaster, and Reading Symphonies; Capital Philharmonic; Riverside Symphonia; Philadelphia Virtuosi; Strauss Symphony of America; Center City Opera Theater; Video Games Live Orchestra; Josh Groban’s “Stages” Tour; Il Volo Concert Tour; and others. She plays Ryuteki (Dragon Flute) with Columbia University's Gagaku Ensemble of NY, Tenri's Gagaku Society in Queens, and is an active chamber music performer of both traditional western and contemporary new music. Lish can also be found subbing in the new musical, Finding Neverland, on Broadway.
Lish is the adjunct professor of flute at Wilkes University and New Jersey City University, and is the artist instructor of flute and adjunct professor of music at Mercer County Community College. She earned her MA in Flute Performance from NYU, a BM in Flute Performance and a BA in English with a Minor in Music (flute concentration) from The College of New Jersey. Influential teachers include Julius Baker, Dr. Brad Garner, David DiGiacobbe, Dr. Dent Williamson, David Ancker, and Ronna Ayscue.