Pianist Lindsay Woodward is known for her spirited performance as both soloist and collaborator. She works frequently with vocalists, including acclaimed mezzo-soprano Dolora Zajick at the Institute for Young Dramatic Voices, and Italian coach Ubaldo Fabbri at the La Musica Lirica program held in Novafeltria, Italy. Ms. Woodward was the Resident Artist pianist at Utah Opera for the 2014–2015 season, performing outreach concerts and serving as rehearsal pianist. She spent summer 2015 with the Aspen Opera Theater Center. Ms. Woodward has accompanied for master classes presented by Craig Rutenburg, Marilyn Horne, Stephanie Blythe, Lauren Flannigan and Thomas Hampson. She has also worked with the Contemporary Opera Ensemble at the Manhattan School of Music, performing works written as recently as 2013. In addition to her work with operatic repertoire, she has also been involved in many musical theater productions, playing repertoire from Gilbert and Sullivan to Jason Robert Brown. While studying at the University of Utah, Ms. Woodward won numerous awards for accompanying, jazz improvisation and sight reading in its SummerArts competition. Ms. Woodward holds a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from the University of Utah and a Master of Music in Accompanying from Manhattan School of Music.