Lindsay McIntyre

Lindsay McIntyre, soprano (Toronto, Canada) is a scholar of the voice, body, and meditative practices. She is passionate about using her instrument as a vessel for contemporary music. Her recent concert performances include Mendelssohn’s “Elijah” with the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir and Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Buxtehude’s “Membra Jesu Nostri” and the Canadian premier of Craig Hella Johnson’s “Considering Matthew Sheppard” with the Grand Philharmonic Chamber Choir, and Handel’s “Dixit Dominus” and BWV 4 & BWV 165 with the Theatre of Early Music. Lindsay performs regularly with Toronto-based contemporary music company Soundstreams, with recent highlights including Reich’s “Drumming” with NEXUS and Torq percussion quartets, three seasons of “Electric Messiah,” a reimagined version of Handel’s classic piece, “Garden of Vanished Pleasures,” a musical reflection of the life of Derek Jarman, and two staged programs of the music of Claude Vivier which toured internationally in the spring of 2022.