I blog about a variety of topics, mostly music education and living life as a creative. My mission is to help others embrace the life and leadership of creative people. I have a heart for leading students to achieve their goals, and a love for arts advocacy.
I love documenting processes, so sometimes I use my blog as the medium for those kinds of projects. You can read about the process of making my album here.
My writing has been featured on some music education websites, such as MusicEdMajor.net, and the online music magazine, Leading Notes. Those articles and other writing musings can be found here.
My hope is to inspire readers to embrace the processes in their lives, whether it is in the creative arts or not. While the topics on this site are bound to music education, songwriting, and writing, I aim to reach people from all walks of life. I have learned so much about life by pursuing my passions, so by sharing those stories, I aim to show you that you too can do the same!
- 4 Tips for Creative People Seeking Creative Careers
- So You Want To Record An Album?
- To Be A Songwriter…
- The Audio Engineer – A Jack of All Trades
- Lessons Learned from “So You Think You Can Dance”
- The First Interview
- Our Lives As Stories
- Spring Hoarding? 4 Things Graduate Students In Music Education Should Keep
- What I Learned from “Bossypants”
- Getting Students to Connect to Repertoire
- “Oh How Beautiful This Finely Woven Earth” – Greg Jasperse
- The Power and Purpose of Ensemble
Lindsay Morelli is a choral music educator in South Carolina. She received her Master of Arts in Teaching degree in Choral Music at the College of Charleston and her Bachelor of Arts in Production Studies in Performing Arts from Clemson University. She studied double bass and voice as well as choral conducting.
In addition to her classical training, Lindsay has been playing guitar for 10 years. She writes her own songs, and performs in local coffee houses, restaurants, and community events in South Carolina. She has recorded three CDs of her original music, all of which are registered with the U.S. Copyright Office. Her most recent album,The Room I Found, can be found on iTunes.
Lindsay also composes and arranges choral music. Her work has been performed by Clemson University choral ensembles.
Lindsay aspires to promote music and art excellence in any mediums as she can.
Lindsay is a member of The American Choral Director’s Association, NAfME, and the South Carolina Music Teacher’s Association.
- Double Bass: Primary instrument at Clemson University. Studied classical and orchestral repertoire privately for 7 years.
- Guitar: Self taught for 10 years, writing pop-acoustic music.
- Piano: Studied for 10 years.
- Voice: Studied privately for 3 years. Choral Ensemble experience for 6 years. (Alto II)
- Choral Music
- Choral and String Composition
- Music Education
- Creative Writing
- Social Media
- Musical Theatre
My Contact Information
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