Lindsey Crabb is an active chamber and orchestral musician in Madison and is a member of the Madison Symphony Orchestra and the Willy Street Chamber Players. She has also collaborated with other Madison area groups such as Clocks in Motion, the Pro Arte Quartet, Theater LILA, and the American Players Theater. She devotes much of her time to teaching, serving as a chamber music coach for WYSO, maintaining a private cello studio with students of all ages and levels, and teaching with Music con Brio, an after-school non-profit strings program designed to reach students who may not normally have access to music lessons. Eager to travel and work with musicians from around the world, Lindsey has spent time studying with Heidi Litschauer at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria, participated in summer masterclasses in Austria and Italy, and taught at a summer music camp in Haiti. She holds degrees from Lawrence University (BM) and the Eastman School of Music (MM) where she studied with Steven Doane and Rosemary Elliot and completed the Orchestral Studies Program with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra. She recently received her doctorate from UW-Madison where she studied with Uri Vardi and was a member of the Hunt Quartet.