Lynn Ledbetter
         Violinist, Teacher, Chamber/Orchestral Musician, Clinician, Adjudicator
 

  • She is tenured Professor of Violin at Texas State University in San Marcos, TX having served previously on the music faculties of the University of Southern Mississippi, the College of St. Scholastica, and Eastern New Mexico University.  
  • As a chamber musician and soloist, she has toured the US, the UK, China, Bulgaria, Italy, Spain, Germany, France, Turkey, Canada, and Mexico, and is active as performer/clinician with InterHarmony International Music Festivals in Germany and Italy.
  • She is active as an adjudicator for state/regional/national/international violin and chamber music competitions.
  • She performs with the Arlington (VA) Philharmonic Association and the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra, and has performed with the International Chamber Orchestra of New York, Musica Bella Orchestra of NY, the Broadway Bach Ensemble of New York, the Rochester (MN) Symphony, the Duluth-Superior Symphony, the New Mexico Symphony, the Orchestra of Santa Fe, the Santa Fe Symphony, the Santa Fe Opera, Glimmerglass Opera, Bedford Springs Music Festival, the Grand Teton Music Festival, the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra, the El Paso Symphony, the Austin Symphony, and the Brazos Valley Philharmonic.
  • She is Past-President of the Texas and New Mexico Chapters of the American String Teachers Association and serves on committees for the national organization.
  • Her music degrees are from the University of Houston (Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance) where she studied with Fredell Lack and the University of Texas at Austin (Master of Music in Violin Literature/Pedagogy and Doctor of Musical Arts in Violin Performance) where she studied with Leonard Posner.  
  • Dr. Ledbetter's former students are active as performers in professional orchestras and chamber ensembles, as teachers in public and private institutions, as students in graduate university music programs, and as private teachers.