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LISA J. LEHMBERG

lehmberg@music.umass.edu
261 Fine Arts Center
(413) 545-0612

MUSIC EDUCATION; ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Lisa J. Lehmberg, Associate Professor of Music Education, holds a Ph.D. degree in music education from the University of South Florida, as well as Bachelor and Master of Music Degrees in piano performance from the University of Illinois.
Lisa Lehmberg

She specializes in general music education, music education for students with special needs, world music education, and music education technology. Her research interests include urban music education and senior citizens’ participation in music.

Dr. Lehmberg has given research and practice-based presentations at International Society for Music Education world conferences, National Association for Music Education national conferences, College Music Society/Association for Technology in Music Instruction national conferences, and National Multicultural Music Symposia, as well as music educator association conferences and professional development days in Florida, New England, and throughout the Midwest.

She is author of the book The Challenges and Rewards of Urban Teaching: Six Elementary Music Teachers’ Perceptions of Effective Teaching and Pre-Service Preparation for Urban Classrooms, articles in Music Education International and Music Education Research International, and a book chapter in the NAfME publication, Kaleidoscope of Cultures - A Celebration of Multicultural Research and Practice: Proceedings of the MENC/University of Tennessee National Symposium on Multicultural Music.

Appointed 2008
Dance Department