A picture of elegance: Lindsey Goodman performs at Stem Concert Hall

Charlyn Corum, Staff

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Silence swept through the Stem Concert Hall at IU Southeast when the elegant Lindsey Goodman, flutist, took the stage on Saturday.

Goodman, along with “Ass3mbly,” performed at IU Southeast in the Stem Concert Hall on Saturday evening.

“I thought her performance was breathtaking, it is almost like she goes into another world,” said attendee Laurel Anderson. ”

New Dynamic Records Recording Residency, of the IUS Music Department, recorded the passionate and energetic performance.

The goal of the record label, which was founded by Erich Stem, is to discover, record and distribute works by composers of today.

Goodman opened by singing a song called “Covenant.” Her voice holds power, control and spine-tingling vocal ranges. The rest of her performance focused mostly on her flute playing.

When Goodman played the flute her mind, body and soul went into her music. The notes that poured from the flute seemed to tell a story. The melodies went from soft to harsh and sad to happy. Goodman has taken flute playing beyond the traditional realm.

“I thought her performance was breathtaking, it is almost like she goes into another world,” said attendee Laurel Anderson.

Goodman recorded her debut solo album with the New Dynamic Records Recording Residency.

Kojin Tashiro, recording engineer senior said, “Edgy and beautiful is what she is going for.”

Tashiro enjoyed working with Goodman and hopes in the future to work with her again.

Goodman expressed her gratitude towards working with the nice people from New Dynamic Records Recording Residency and said that IU Southeast is lucky to have this music label.