At 22, critics find that Lindsay Deutsch demonstrates “…fine maturity even during the most physical and demanding passages” (San Francisco Classical Voice), and “…has a stage presence and style far beyond her years and a charisma that enthralled her audience.” (LCF Outlook – La Canada, CA) In the 2007-2008 season, Ms. Deutsch makes her debut with the San Diego and Boulder Chamber Orchestras, the Las Cruces Symphony, Rio Hondo Symphony, and Beach Cities Symphony.
She makes return engagements with the New West Symphony and Marina Del Rey Summer Symphony in California as well as a return appearance at the Brott Music Festival in Toronto. Highlights of recent seasons include performances with the Colorado Symphony and the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, both conducted by Jeffrey Kahane, as well as a performance with the McGill Chamber Orchestra in Montreal, conducted by Boris Brott, and the Knoxville Symphony conducted by Lucas Richman.
Other recent performances include the Fort Worth Symphony, San Diego Symphony, Redlands, Palm Springs, National Academy and Oakville Symphonies in Canada, and the Los Angeles Jewish Symphony. She made her Walt Disney Concert Hall debut performing John Corigliano’s Red Violin Chaconne with the California Philharmonic. Ms. Deutsch made her solo orchestral debut at the age of 11 with the Clear Lake Symphony in Texas. As a recitalist, she has appeared on the prestigious Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series in Chicago, the Los Angeles Da Camera Society at the historic Doheny Mansion, at L.A.’s Gindi Auditorium, as guest artist at the PepsiCo Recital Hall at Texas Christian University, and several solo performances for the Leonard Nimoy Concert Series.
In addition, she performed a recital at the Colorado Symphony Spring Ball with Jeffrey Kahane. Ms. Deutsch has also appeared at Boston’s Jordan Hall, Houston’s Wortham Theatre, Theatre Aquarius in Toronto, Canada and the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles where she performed excerpts of Mark O’Connor’s “Strings and Threads” with the composer and the Disney Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra. She was honored by being invited to perform the theme from “Schindler’s List” for John Williams at a gala dinner in his honor.
As chamber musician, Ms. Deutsch has appeared at the La Jolla Summerfest and the Green Music Festival collaborating with artists Gil Shaham, Jeffrey Kahane, Adele Anthony, Cho-Liang Lin, Sheryl Staples, Arnold Steinhardt, Chee-Yun, Nokuthula Ngwenyama, Alisa Weilerstein, Gary Hoffman, and the St. Lawrence String Quartet. In February, 2008, she will perform the Beethoven Triple Concerto with Sean Chen, piano and Andrew Janss, cello with the New West Symphony.