Music Educator, Choral Conductor, Soprano
ABOUT LINDSEY REINHARD
Music as a Force for Human Connection
Lindsey Reinhard has been actively pursuing a career in music education and choral music that is grounded in the values of collaborative music-making and social awareness through music. Her teaching and musical experiences emphasize a growth mindset and her educational background has prepared her to facilitate a dynamic music education experience for her students as well as to cultivate a positive influence in the broader school community through student-centered learning and outreach.
The combination of her education at Westminster Choir College (BM, Music Education) and Georgia State University (MM, Choral Conducting), together with practical experience conducting collegiate and local church choirs, as well as several community outreach initiatives, serves as a strong foundation for choral leadership positions in education and within the broader community. In her student teaching placement at Monroe Township High School, she had the opportunity to teach 190 students in four curricular choral ensembles of singers in 9th through 12th grades as well as a section of Music Theory II and a general music class for special education students. In her senior year, Lindsey was granted a conducting fellowship with the Princeton Girlchoir Concert Choir, an advanced ensemble of 60 treble voices, under the direction of Dr. Lynnel Jenkins.
Most recently, at Georgia State, Lindsey was the Associate Conductor for the American-prize winning Treble Chorus, while also supporting the rehearsal direction for the 100+ voice Choral Union and elite mixed ensemble, University Singers. Teaching in each of these challenging and energetic environments has broadened her scope of influence and informed her pedagogy. These experiences have illuminated her conception of what a choral music educator should be in today’s society: teacher, energy worker, empathetic listener, and force for human connection.