Lindsey Hartfelder is an active percussion performer, arranger, and educator in Coppell, TX. She holds bachelors degrees in Percussion Performance and Music Entrepreneurship from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and a Masters of Music in Percussion Performance from the University of Delaware where she was the Marching Percussion Graduate Teaching Assistant.
As an invested performer and arts entrepreneur, she interned with Vic Firth Company and Zildjian's educational team, and in recent years she has performed with So Percussion in their innovative production A Gun Show, the Boston premiere of Inuksuit by John Luther Adams, and in Dr. Iain Moyer and Jason Ihnat’s 2016 PASIC clinic on front ensemble arranging and instructing. Lindsey began her marching arts career with the Connecticut Hurricanes in 2012, and performed with The Cadets Drum and Bugle Corps front ensemble during the 2013-2015 seasons. During this time, she was a part of the percussion ensemble that won the Fred Sanford High Percussion Award in 2013.
Most recently, she traveled to Zagreb, Croatia to perform at the 2018 World Saxophone Congress, was a guest percussionist in the concert New Music Delaware: The Legacy of George Crumb, and performed on a tour in Spain with the University of Delaware Wind Ensemble. Lindsey has been teaching private lessons and instructing the Coppell High School JV percussion section since spring 2019.