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Dr. Jacob Bartlett
jacob bartlett

Contact Information:

Office: Jindra 126

Office Phone: (402) 872-2321



Office Hours:

Monday: 12 - 1 pm; 5 - 6 pm

Tuesday & Thursday: 8:30 - 9:30 am; 1 - 2 pm

or by appointment


Department of Music Handbook


14 Fall Course Offerings:

Musc 104 (section 000A) - Show Choir

Musc 120 (section 000A) - Applied Music - Voice

Musc 211 (sections 000A & 049X) (Class Schedule)- Music Appreciation

Musc 220 (section 000A) - Applied Music - Voice

Musc 320 (section 000A) - Applied Music - Voice

Musc 340 (section 000A) - Junior Recital

Musc 420 (section 000A) - Applied Music - Voice

Musc 440 (section 000A) - Senior Recital - Voice


15 Spring Course Offerings:




2014-2015 Music Calendar of Events




Tuesday, Oct 21 & Wednesday, Oct 22, 2014

Results ~ Awards by Class selected by guest clinician / adjudicator, Ellie Jordan






Dr. Jacob K. Bartlett is Assistant Professor of Music at Peru State College,

where he teaches Applied Voice, Music Appreciation, and directs the Misty

Blues show choir. Dr. Bartlett previously taught at Gillette College in Gillette,

Wyoming, where he founded the group Energy City Voices. He has also taught

at the University of Nebraska and Northwest Missouri State University as a

Graduate Teaching Assistant in the areas of voice, music education, and choir.


Dr. Bartlett has performed extensively throughout the United States and

world as a soloist and stage performer. As a recitalist, Dr. Bartlett has

performed works from the early Renaissance to Schubert’s Schwanengesang

to much acclaim. Dr. Bartlett was part of a 2007 production of the Most Happy

Fella at the University of Nebraska that garnered awards such as Best Production

and Best Choral Ensemble. He has performed principal roles in La Boheme,

Cosi Fan Tutte, Amahl and the Night Visitors, Romeo et Juliette, Later the Same

Evening, Most Happy Fella, and Our Town.


Dr. Bartlett received the D.M.A. degree in voice from the University of Nebraska.

He has a Masters of Music from UNL, as well as a Masters of Science in Education

and Bachelors of Science in Education from Northwest Missouri State University.

He is a member of NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing), ACDA

(American Choral Directors Association), CMS (College Music Society), and

NAfME (National Association for Music Education). He lives with his wife, Lindsay,

in Lincoln.