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Colorado ASTA Election Voting


Dr. Lindsay Fulcher

Dr. Lindsay J. Fulcher is Assistant Professor of String Music Education at the University of Northern Colorado. Her primary teaching responsibilities include String Techniques, String Pedagogy, and Introduction to Music Education. She also observes student teachers, conducts the Campus String Orchestra, and serves as Director and Master Teacher of the UNC String Project. She earned her Bachelor of Music Education from Baldwin Wallace University where she helped run an after-school violin program for elementary students in inner city Cleveland. She earned her Master’s and Ph.D. in Music Education from Pennsylvania State University. 


Before starting graduate work, Dr. Fulcher taught high school orchestra in North Carolina where her students earned high ratings at local, national, and international festivals. As a teacher, and in graduate school, she kept a small private studio. She still loves performing on viola and has been a guest conductor at festivals and summer camps in Colorado, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. She has also presented sessions for teachers at the National ASTA Conference (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018), Colorado ASTA Summer Conference (2017, 2018, 2019), Colorado Music Educators Association Conference (2017, 2018, 2019), and Music Educators Association Conferences in Pennsylvania, Indiana, and Texas. Additionally, she has prepared and presented a number of class seminars for undergraduate music education majors on topics including: technology in the music classroom, technology specific to the orchestra classroom, technique differences between violin and viola, implementing the ASTA Curriculum, and recruiting string students.


Dr. Fulcher’s research interests include female leadership in music, string method books, string pedagogy, string repertoire, and technology in ensembles and music classrooms. Her dissertation looked at use of several forms of technology in musical communities. Professional affiliations include ASTA, NAfME, CMEA, and Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honor Society. 

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