Susan Gedutis Lindsay is a freelance music writer, editor, and musician. She has worked as a publicist, writer, and editor for more than twelve years, and has edited over forty music books and online courses covering a wide range of topics that span from instrumental performance, jazz technique, and theory to music recording/production technology and music business. Her acclaimed book "See You at the Hall: Boston's Golden Era of Irish Music and Dance," published in 2004 by Northeastern University Press, keeps her on a busy lecture and performance circuit.
She is on the faculty of both Berkleemusic and Bridgewater State College, and teaches saxophone and Irish whistle privately. A talented and active performer, she plays alto and baritone saxophones and traditional Irish flute and whistle, and performs regularly in clubs, pubs, and dances in the New England area with two Boston-based bands. She completed her Master of Music in Ethnomusicology at Tufts University in Boston, and earned a Bachelor of Arts in music from Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts.