Lindsay McIntosh, a Northern California native is currently a member of the esteemed Historical Performance program at The Juilliard School of Music. Ms. McIntosh has appeared under conductors such as William Christi, Masaaki Suzuki, Jordi Savall, Martin Pearlman and Monica Huggett. Regularly performing with Juilliard 415, Ms. McIntosh also can be seen with Grand Harmonie, Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra, Newton Baroque, Exsultemus Period Ensemble, and Holy Trinity Lutheran Church.
Recently featured in Early Music America Magazine as an EMA summer institute scholarship recipient, Ms. McIntosh also has attended notable summer institutes including Tafelmusik Baroque, Aston Magna and the International Baroque Institute at Longy. Ms. McIntosh has also received degrees from Boston University where she studied with Martin Pearlman, Peter Sykes and Marc Schachmann.
Ms. McIntosh is a founding member of New Vintage Baroque and Grand Harmonie.