Lindsay Bobyak

Bass, Violin, Cello Teacher

Lindsay Bobyak

SAA Member

Lindsay Bobyak holds a Masters and Bachelors degree in Double Bass Performance from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. She also has an Associates in String Instrument Technology from the Jacobs School as well as an Executive Graduate Certificate in Social Entrepreneurship, Cultural Agency, Community Development, Organization Management, Design Thinking & Education Leadership from the Global Leaders Program.

As a double bassist, she has played at the Orford Music Academy, the Brevard Music Festival, the Indiana University Summer Music Series, and the Aspen Summer Music Festival and School. While in Indiana, she was Associate Principal Bassist of the Muncie Symphony Orchestra and the Assistant Principal Bassist in the Bloomington Symphony. She currently plays with the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra and frequently works with Theatre Aspen as a pit musician.

In addition to performing at a high level, Lindsay has a passion for bringing access to music and education to students regardless of social or economic background. After falling in love with the Aspen area during her summers at the Aspen Music Festival and School, Lindsay became a member of the inaugural cohort of Americorps ArtistYear Fellows in the Roaring Fork Valley from 2017-2018. She worked full-time with the Basalt middle and high school band program and taught after-school group violin classes with the Aspen Music Festival and School’s Beginning Strings Program. Upon completion of her service year with Americorps, Lindsay worked for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s educational outreach program, OrchKids, where she taught double bass, violin, and cello to elementary and middle school students in West Baltimore.

Not only a performer and educator in the United States, Lindsay has performed and taught masterclasses internationally through MusAid in El Salvador and The Global Leaders Program in Chile and is on faculty at Festival Allegra in Naolinco, Mexico for their summer chamber music program.

Lindsay currently lives in Glenwood Springs, Colorado where she works for several non-profit organizations bringing music education to rural communities.