Assistant Professor, Music Theory and Composition
Constance Hall 318
Dr. Lynnsey Lambrecht has presented her research and compositions at international, national, and regional conferences throughout North America, including the International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, The Midwest Clinic, the International Conference on Music by Women, and the College Music Society Great Lakes Regional Conference. Dr. Lambrecht graduated from Michigan State University with a Doctor of Musical Arts in composition and a Master of Music in theory. She also holds a Master of Music in theory and composition from the University of Northern Colorado and graduated summa cum laude from Colorado Mesa University with a Bachelor of Arts in music education. Her research has been published in the Routledge Companion to Music Theory Pedagogy and the International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition proceedings. Dr. Lambrecht’s compositions and arrangements are published by Grand Mesa Music Publishers, Eighth Note Publications, Pámpano Publications, and Blue Note Music Press. At Bradley University, she is an Assistant Professor of music theory and composition. Previously, she has been an instructor of music theory at Western Michigan University and an instructor of music theory and history at the Interlochen Arts Camp.