Pianist Lindsay Garritson has performed throughout the United States and abroad since the age of four. She has appeared as soloist with the Phoenix Symphony, Charleston Symphony, Las Colinas Symphony, Eastern Connecticut Symphony, Orchestre Métropolitain, and the Yale Philharmonia, among others.
Lindsay has received top prizes at the Montreal International Piano Competition, the USASU Bosendorfer International Piano Competition, and the Mozarteum International Chopin Competition. She was nominated as one of six pianists for the German International Piano Award (Frankfurt), and was one of thirty participants selected to compete in the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition.
An active chamber musician, she has collaborated with Carter Brey, Ani Kavafian, Andres Cardenes and Ettore Causa, among others. She has performed at many festivals including the Ravinia Festival, Prussia Cove International Musicians Seminar, and Music at Menlo Chamber Music Festival. An advocate of new music, Lindsay made her Carnegie Hall solo recital debut in 2019 featuring the world premiere of Carl Vine's Fourth Piano Sonata, a work written for her.
Lindsay is a graduate of Principia College (B.A. in music) and the Yale School of Music (M.M. and Artist Diploma). Her piano teachers include Boris Berman and Santiago Rodriguez, and she will be receiving her D.M.A. from the University of Miami in 2020.