Zachary Lindquist

Conducting Scholar

Zachary Lindquist is a conductor, teacher, and vocalist. Lindquist is the assistant director of Titan Voices, the soprano-alto choir at California State University, Fullerton, and is the Chorusmaster and Assistant Orchestra Director for CSUF Opera Theater’s production of Street Scene. Hailing from Minnesota, Lindquist taught sixth grade mixed voice choirs, and seventh and eighth grade tenor-bass choirs middle school choirs in Edina before moving to California. His seventh-grade tenor-bass ensemble was selected to perform at the Minnesota State Choral Convention, that was canceled due to COVID-19. Lindquist is an active clinician and coach, having been the guest conductor for the Southern California Vocal Associations Mixed Close Harmony Festival.

As a performer, Lindquist is currently a Staff Singer for the Pacific Chorale under the direction of Dr. Robert Istad. Lindquist is currently pursuing a graduate degree in Choral Conducting at California State University, Fullerton and received his Bachelor of Music Education from Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan. He has studied conducting from Dr. Sandra Snow, Dr. Jonathan Reed, and Dr. Robert Istad. He studied voice with the late Professor Peter Lightfoot and Dr. Mark Goodrich.