Lindsey Wiehl, D.A.
- Center for the Arts 205
Dr. Lindsey Wiehl teaches woodwinds, music theory, music production, and composition at Valley City State University. She had formerly been teaching music classes at Indiana University Kokomo.
Dr. Wiehl holds several degrees in music including a B.S. in Music Education from the College of Saint Rose, an M.M. and a D.A. in Bassoon Performance from Ball State University, and a Professional Certificate in Advanced Music Production from Berklee College of Music.
Among her favorite performance experiences include performing with the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra, National Music Festival, and the Arizona Opera. As a musician, Dr. Wiehl encourages others to unapologetically pursue their interests while ignoring stereotypes and preconceived notions of what it means to be a musician. She performs and has her compositions performed at national and international conferences and has several active commissions for compositions. Her research includes digging into musical analysis, composition, and creating opportunities to bring typical classical instruments into varying genres.
You can learn more about her work at www.lindseywiehl.com.