I really hope that we do her justice, but taking the time to showcase her beautiful talent and her amazing skills on the Violin. We were actually inspired to building this website because of Lindsey Stirling and to this day we are still listening to her songs almost day and night. All of our other projects are on hold so that we can tell you a little bit more about her. So to be honest before we begin, I would like you to know that most if not all of these information were found on the Internet. So if you feel like to do your own research, there are a wealth of information on her. What we would like to do for the next few weeks is to actually focus on the work that she has on display for us to share to our viewers. Well that is the goal anyway and we hope you like it. Please don’t forget to like and share this article so that we can help make her more popular. Everyone has to see this beautiful violinist in action. Remember her name, it’s Lindsey Stirling.
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Lindsey Stirling is boring on September 21st 1986 and is an American violinist, dancer, performance artist, singer and composer. She presents choreographed violin performances, both live and in music videos found on her Youtube Channel, Lindsey Stirling, which she introduced in 2007. Stirling performs a variety of music styles, from classical to pop and rock to electronic dance music. Aside from original work, her discography contains covers of songs by other musicians and various soundtracks. Her music video “Crystallize” finished as 8th most watched video of 2012, and her cover of “Radioactive” with Pentatonix won Response of the Year in the first Youtube Music Awards in 2013. Stirling achieved one million singles sold worldwide by August 2014. As of April 2015, her Lindseystomp Youtube Channel exceeded 7 million subscribers and over a billion total views.
Stirling’s eponymous debut album was a commercial success in Europe, selling 200,000 copies in Germany, winning a platinum certification; three additional certifications were given by Austria, Switzerland and Poland. The debut album was nominated for the 2014 Billboard Music Awards for Top Dance/Electronic Albums. Stirling’s second album Shatter Me won the 2015 Billboard Music Awards for Top Dance/Electronic Album.
Lindsey from a young age had a fascination for dance, and wanted to take both dancing and violin lessons. In an interview with New Media Rockstars, she said “… ever since I was a kid, I’ve always wished that I could dance, but my parents said, “You can choose violin or you can choose dance, but we can’t afford both” and I chose violin.. So this was kind of a fulfillment – it’s funny to say, but this is something I’ve always wanted to do.
She impressed the judges on America’s Got Talent, not only by mixing hip-hop and classical music on the violin, but by incorporating dancing with playing the violin, which she also does on her tours and official music videos. On a live-chat, Stirling explained, “It is very unnatural to dance while playing the violin. I had to practice so hard to learn how to do it, but now it is part of my expression and it comes naturally. I have to know a song perfectly before I can even begin to move. Once I know a song really well, I can then have fun dancing.” Not only in her performances, but also with her music, dancing made a huge impact: “I loved dance music so I started with that and wrote ‘Transcendence’, ‘Electric Daisy’ and ‘Spontaneous Me’.”
In October 2013, Stirling announced she would take part in season three of Dance Showdown, a dance competition web series created by DanceOn where the winner is awarded US$50,000. Stirling was the second of three finalists, but didn’t win the fifty thousand dollars despite receiving critical acclaim on her three performances with her partner Anze Skrube. One of the three judges, Laurieann Gibson, classified her second performance as “one of the best” in Dance Showdown and the last one as the best she had ever seen.
On October 1, 2013, Stirling teamed with the non-profit Atlanta Music Project to help spread appreciation of music to children who might not otherwise have the chance. The Atlanta Music Project’s mission was “to inspire social change by providing Atlanta’s under-served youth the opportunity to learn and perform music in orchestras and choirs.” For this, Stirling made available two limited edition Lindsey Stirling/The Power of Music shirts. The money collected from the sale of those shirts went directly to the Atlanta Music Project with the combined goal of raising enough to provide music training for 50 children.
On March 22, 2014, Stirling joined Cirque du Soleil for the second annual One Night for One Drop in Las Vegas. The non-profit organization presented the show in the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in celebration of World Water Day, a day which encourages people to conserve water resources in an effort to make clean water accessible to all.
Stirling originally attended Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo, Utah to study film making. She later served as a missionary in New York City for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). A story she wrote about her mission was later published in the compilation Do Not Attempt in Heels: Mission Stories and Advice from Sisters Who’ve Been There. Stirling returned to Provo in 2009 to continue studying at BYU. She then moved back to Arizona, in December 2012, to be with her family. In August 2015, she graduated from the BYU Marriott School of Management with a Bachelor of Science degree in recreation management. She resides in Los Angeles.
For a short time she dated film maker Devin Graham who had attended the same university and church. The two began dating shortly after the filming of “Crystallize” and Graham moved to Utah. The two have since ended their relationship.
Stirling has publicly spoken about her battle with anorexia. She discovered her disorder while working for a treatment center for troubled girls. Stirling said in an interview with Good Morning America that her song “Shatter Me” was “actually my story of overcoming my eating disorder” The cover art of the album is a reference to her struggle which showcases a “seemingly perfect-looking ballerina standing in the middle of a cracked glass globe”.In 2013, Stirling was featured by the LDS Church in its “I’m a Mormon” campaign in which she spoke openly about how her faith helped in her battle during high school and college. On November 25, 2014, she performed and answered questions in a live world broadcast to LDS youth. A one-hour video recording of the event was featured on the LDS.org home page.