Dr. Lindsey Gamble began playing the violin at age 5 after seeing Itzhak Perlman perform on Sesame Street. She earned a Bachelor of Music, Master of Music, and Performer Diploma in violin performance at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, where she studied with Mimi Zweig and Federico Agostini. Later she went on to earn her Doctor of Musical Arts in violin performance at Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts, studying with Shmuel Ashkenasi and Todd Phillips.
Dr. Gamble is an accomplished orchestral musician and has played with professional orchestras since 2000. She is also passionate about solo and chamber music, having given national and international recitals and chamber concerts. Dr. Gamble has been on the faculty of Geneva College, Rutgers University, MasterWorks Festival, Rutgers University Mason Gross Extension Division, and Rutgers University Summer Orchestra Camp. She greatly enjoys teaching and has been a violin and viola instructor for over fifteen years.