Jay Lindsay is an organist, pianist, and composer based in New Haven, CT. He performs frequently as a solo concert artist and accompanist throughout Connecticut. He holds B.Mus. and M.Mus. degrees from the Hartt School and the Peabody Institute in Baltimore, MD. His teachers have included organists Larry Allen and Donald Sutherland, and composers James Sellars and Nicholas Maw.

Jay is currently the music director at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Wallingford, CT. His previous experience has included serving as the Minister of Music at First United Church of Christ in Milford, CT and as the Music Director at St. Augustine’s Church in Seymour, CT. 

Jay is very active in the American Guild of Organists. He has served in various roles for the New Haven chapter, including dean, education coordinator and secretary.

Jay is passionate about teaching, and has been teaching students in piano, organ, and composition for over 20 years. He currently maintains a piano teaching studio from his home in New Haven, where he teaches students of all ages and skill levels.

When not making music, Jay enjoys tinkering with electronics, reading comic books, roasting coffee, and relaxing with his dog, Gus, and cat, Maurice.