About Lindsay Farrall
Lindsay Farrall began playing the violin at the age of seven and was trained in classical violin, primarily through the Suzuki method. She attended numerous musical camps and workshops throughout the years, including programs at Furman University and the University of Hawaii. She played second chair in an orchestra at Armstrong University and helped create a contemporary musical trio at Christendom College.
Outside of her classical repertoire, Lindsay enjoys playing folk, contemporary, and improv. These varied experiences deepened and developed her understanding of theory and musicianship skills.
Lindsay has taught private beginner lessons off and on for six years, working with a wide range of ages. While she enjoys teaching students of all ages, Lindsay is especially passionate about helping younger students cultivate a love for music from an early age. Recognizing that all students learn differently, she thrives to ensure that each student is taught uniquely and in a fun, engaging way.