Dr. Lisa R. Casey



Role: Faculty
Campus: Springfield

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Missouri State University
901 S. National Ave.
Springfield, MO 65897



  • DMA, University of Missouri-Kansas City, Music
  • MM, University of Idaho
  • BM, Kansas State University


  • MUS 144 High Brass Techniques and Skills for the Music Educator
  • MUS 156 Brass (Instrument)
  • MUS 172 Small Ensemble
  • MUS 256 Brass (Instrument)
  • MUS 272 Small Ensemble
  • MUS 456 Brass (Instrument)
  • MUS 472 Small Ensemble
  • MUS 498 Senior Recital
  • MUS 538 Survey of Pedagogical Methods
  • MUS 656 Brass

Research and professional interests

Lisa Casey, Professor of Music, joined the faculty of the Missouri State University Music Department in 2000. She teaches applied horn and brass methods. In addition to her duties at Missouri State, Casey is Principal Horn in the Springfield Symphony and also performs regularly with the Springfield Regional Opera, Ensemble 21, the Chamber Orchestra of the Ozarks, and the Missouri Chamber Players. In 2002, Casey made her European debut at the acclaimed Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw, Poland. In the summer of 2004, she performed nine concerts in Scandinavia with the Missouri Chamber Players. Prior to her appointment at Missouri State, Dr. Casey held faculty positions at Kansas State University and Tarrant County Community College in Fort Worth, Texas. Her performance credits include positions in the Washington Idaho Symphony, Texas Wind Symphony, Kansas State University Faculty Brass Quintet, and the Kansas City Brass Project.