Lindsey Stirling

Lindsey StirlingLindsey’s playful, yet precise, performances bring excitement, laughter, and joy. Her fun sense of humor shines through in her choreographed violin pieces. Lindsey is a shining star, remaining unafraid of critics and instead hoping to encourage her fans to be true to who they are.

Originally hailing from Gilbert, Arizona, Lindsey is classically trained in violin. However, in pursuing her musical goals, she developed her brand of choreographed dubstep violin performances. Her followers on YouTube helped her to reach over 675 million views, leading to Billboard hits that topped the charts and sold out worldwide tours.

Struggling with an eating disorder in her early adulthood, Lindsey turned to her love of violin music for comfort. In 2010, she competed on America’s Got Talent and wowed the judges until the quarterfinals. Lindsey was only 23 years of age at the time, and the judges declared her as not being marketable enough to sell out shows. However, despite the significant blow, Lindsey turned to YouTube and continued to do what she loved.

“A lot of people have told me along the way that my style and the music I do . . . is unmarketable,” Lindsey said. “But the only reason I’m successful is that I have stayed true to myself.”

“My musical style is a reflection of my personality, and through it, I hope to share my belief that no one should be afraid to be themselves,” Lindsey describes. “All my songs were created to depict specific themes that I pulled from my life experiences.”

Lindsey StirlingOver the following years, she became a YouTube sensation, even accompanying renowned artists like Pentatonix and John Legend. Her self­titled debut album included “Crystallize,” which quickly went viral, garnering over 97 million views. In 2014, Lindsey released her second album, Shatter Me, which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard Top 200 album chart.

“I dug deep and poured my heart into Shatter Me,” Lindsey said. “Everything from the artwork to the music shares a cohesive message that I hope will inspire others to push their boundaries.”

Lindsey continues to use her social media platform to motivate and inspire her viewers. Overcoming her challenges and setbacks, Lindsey exemplifies how to have confidence and be yourself. In her spare time, she is a motivational speaker and even participated in an LDS Youth Face to Face event. Her music is available on YouTube, iTunes, and Spotify.

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