Faculty Profiles

Lindsey Marks


Lindsey joined The Music Center in 2023, teaching beginning to intermediate piano and beginning to advanced voice. She enjoys sharing her love of music with students of all ages and skill levels. She connects with students by encouraging them to try all forms of music and explore new ways of self-expression. “I especially love working with preschoolers and toddlers, seeing music ignite their imaginations and joy,” adds Lindsey. “There’s nothing purer than seeing a young child discover their love for music.” In addition to singing and playing the piano, Lindsey enjoys listening to jazz, classical piano, and music influenced by the 1980s pop era. While there is no one style she prefers, Lindsey attributes her love for music to her early childhood. “Growing up in a musical family, some of my favorite memories involve singing with my parents and grandparents and learning to sing in harmony with them as a young child,” she reflects. “My father is also a pianist, and my mother is a talented vocalist. I began singing with them and playing piano as a toddler, laying the groundwork for my musical passion.” Like many musicians, Lindsey believes that insecurity and ego can be roadblocks to success — today, she enjoys working with her students so that they can embrace their skills without regret. Lindsey earned a Bachelor of Arts in Vocal Music from Lee University and is a certified Enneagram coach, teacher, and Music Director for What A Do Theatre. She also loves to read, dance, and perform with her musician husband. When Lindsey is not busy with music, she devotes time to her family and pup, Nellie.