Dr. Jill Campbell – Asbury University
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Jill CampbellAssistant Professor of Music Education and Voice

Department: Music

Office: MC 114

Phone Extension: 2252

Jill Campbell holds a Ph.D. in music education from the University of Kentucky where she studied sex-specific adolescent vocal change and music teacher attitudes. She also completed BMME in vocal music education, as well as a minor in violin performance. She earned both a MM in choral conducting and a Rank 1 in Music Education, and also completed a Graduate Certificate in Orff Schulwerk (12 hours). Dr. Campbell has experience teaching at the elementary, middle, and collegiate levels, and has worked in many areas of church music. Dr. Campbell was a founding director of the Lexington Singers Children’s Choir and conducted with them for eight seasons.

Dr. Campbell currently teaches the following courses at Asbury: elementary general music methods, elementary vocal music methods, secondary music education methods, Introduction to the Singing Voice (VOC 100), Voice for Theatre and Worship, Conducting, Womens Choir, and voice lessons. Prof. Campbell also serves as the vocal department area coordinator and supervises student teachers in music education.

Dr. Campbell is often a guest adjudicator and clinician for district and all-state honor choirs. She has presented clinics and workshops in numerous states on topics of music education, church choir leadership, vocal health, performance based assessment, and sight singing. Recently, she presented workshops at the 2015 International Symposium on Assessment in Music Education (ISAME-5), 2015 ACDA Southern Division meeting, the 2015 and 2016 Kentucky Music Educator’s Association. She lectured in music education research in March 2017 at the national meeting of the American Choral Directors Association in Minneapolis, MN. Dr. Campbell also presented at the ISAME-6 symposium in Birmingham, England in April 2017 and the Mountain Lake Colloquium in Pembroke, VA in May 2017.

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