Assistant Professor, Music Theory and Composition
Constance Hall 318
Dr. Lynnsey Lambrecht is an Assistant Professor of music theory and composition at Bradley University. In addition to teaching classes in theory and applied composition lessons, Dr. Lambrecht advises the Music Composition and Music for Video Game majors, and she directs the New Music Concert and the Music for the Screens Concert.
Dr. Lambrecht has presented research and compositions at Carnegie Hall, The Midwest Clinic International Band and Orchestra Conference, the College Music Society International Conference, the International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, the National Composition Pedagogy Symposium, the Canadian University Music Society National Conference, and the Music by Women International Festival. Her research has been published in the Routledge Companion to Music Theory Pedagogy and the International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition proceedings, and her music is featured in Original Études for the Developing Conductor. Dr. Lambrecht’s compositions and arrangements are published by Murphy Music Press, Grand Mesa Music Publishers, and Eighth Note Publications.
Previously, Dr. Lambrecht was an instructor of music theory at Western Michigan University and an instructor of music theory and history at the Interlochen Arts Camp. Dr. Lambrecht holds a DMA in composition and a MM in theory pedagogy from Michigan State University, a MM in theory and composition from the University of Northern Colorado, and a BA in music education from Colorado Mesa University.
To learn more about Dr. Lambrecht’s compositions and research visit: www.lynnnseylambrecht.com