Lynette Stalls

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Title: Adjunct Lecturer, Music Education
Department: Music


  • Ph.D., Music Education, University of North Texas
  • Master of Music Education, Lamar University
  • Bachelor of Music, Lamar University


LYNETTE STALLS, Ph.D. is an adjunct music education professor, new to UT Tyler in Fall 2020. Dr. Stalls has experience teaching preschool and elementary music, children’s choirs, secondary choir, private piano and voice, and undergraduate and graduate music education courses. She has taught in Texas public and private schools and at the university level. Dr. Stalls was a teaching fellow at the University of North Texas during her Ph.D. studies and was an assistant professor of music education at the University of Minnesota Duluth from 2008-2010.

Dr. Stalls has a Ph.D. in Music Education from University of North Texas (2008), a Master of Music Education from Lamar University (1997), and a Bachelor of Music from Lamar University (1993).  Additionally, she is a Kodály endorsed teacher, has three levels of Kodály training from the Kodály Institute of North Texas based at UNT and SMU, and Orff Level I from SMU.

A committed pedagogue, she is excited to help UT Tyler music students have the best possible preparation for the teaching careers.  She has presented conference sessions at the Minnesota Music Educators Convention, the Texas Music Educators Association Convention, and the Texas Choral Directors Association Conference. Dr. Stalls' research focus is vocal health for music educators.