Susan Lindahl holds a bachelor or arts degree in piano performance and pedagogy from Clarke College in Dubuque, Iowa. She has done graduate work at Arizona State University and Eastern New Mexico University and holds a master of music degree in performance and pedagogy. She served as K-6 music instructor for the Dora Consolidated School system in Dora, New Mexico, and from 1987-1992 was on the faculty at Eastern New Mexico University where she taught class piano, private piano, and served as staff accompanist. Since 1002 she has been a member of the faculty in the School of Music at Central Michigan University.
Mrs. Lindahl is a member of the Music Teachers National Association, Michigan Music Teachers Association, and the Midland Music Teachers Association. She serves as an adjudicator for MMTA Student Achievement Testing, MMTA District Semi-Finals, and for MSBOA District and State Finals. She is actively involved as an accompanist in the area and performs regularly with her husband, Dr. Robert Lindahl, professor of trombone, at CMU.
Mrs. Lindahl has worked as a consultant for both Mc-Graw Hill and Connect4Education and is currently a Digital Faculty Consultant for Mc-Graw Hill. She also maintains a private piano studio in the Mt. Pleasant area.
Phone: (989) 774-3585