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7 Questions with Emmy: World-renowned violinist Lindsey Stirling

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It’s time for 7 Questions with Emmy and today she is interviewing world-renowned violinist Lindsey Stirling.

Lindsey has accomplished a lot over the years. Two of her albums landed in the top 5 on the Billboard Top 200, she’s won multiple awards, her singles ‘Crystallize’ and ‘Shatter Me’ went platinum and gold respectively and her YouTube channel has over 3 billion views and nearly 13 million subscribers. She was the “highest-ranked female” on the Forbes 2015 YouTube Artist List and has headlined tours that regularly sell out around the world.

Lindsey co-wrote ‘The Only Pirate at the Party’ with her sister, Brook S. Passey, and was a runner-up on the 25th season of ‘Dancing with the Stars.’

On Saturday, Lindsey will perform ‘Home for the Holidays: A Virtual Concert Experience.’ Emmy spoke to her the day after Lindsey has finished editing the concert! Tickets are available here.

Emmy asked Lindsey if she’s ever wanted to quit the violin, what it was like dancing with a broken rib on DWTS, how she motivates herself to practice and if she’s ever dropped her violin on stage. Watch the video above for the entire interview!


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