Lindsay Platt is a native of Cleveland, Ohio, and a graduate of Butler University, where she received a degree in Arts Administration and studied voice with Dr. Steven Rickards. Her love of music began at age five when she persistently asked her parents for a violin. Since that time, Mrs. Platt has interwoven her love of music with the desire to find ways to provide musical experiences for all.
Mrs. Platt has worked for nonprofits and in music throughout her career, with positions in fundraising, teaching, administration, and programming. She most recently was the Associate Director of Development and Education at Heartland Sings. Mrs. Platt is a regular performer, having performed with the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, The Cleveland Orchestra’s Blossom Festival Chorus, and Heartland Sings. Since 2004, Mrs. Platt has performed in a variety of recitals in Indianapolis, Cleveland, Okinawa, Chicago, Louisville, and Fort Wayne. In 2019 she attended the Bodymind and Voice Course at Saint John’s University and became a member of The VoiceCare Network. She currently studies voice with Lisa Gerstenkorn.
Mrs. Platt is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Sigma Alpha Iota, and the Music Teachers National Association.
Mrs. Platt has been married to her college sweetheart, Joseph Platt, since 2007. Together, they enjoy making music, cooking, reading, traveling, and time with their dog, Fenley.