Jeanne Lambson is the string instructor at Central Methodist University. Her training includes an Associates of Arts from Brigham Young University and a Bachelors of Science in Music Education from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She has played in many orchestras throughout her life including the Whittier College Chamber Orchestra while still in high school, the Prince William Symphony while living in Virginia, and she currently plays with the Civic Orchestra and the Ninth Street Philharmonic, both in Columbia. She is manager and one of the founding members of the Prairie Strings Quartet that has been performing throughout mid-Missouri for over twenty years.
Ms. Lambson is a cellist, studying with Carleton Spotts and Derry Dolezal while at the University of Missouri. She has also studied violin with Eva Szekely and string bass with Sue Stubbs. For two seasons, she stepped away from her primary instrument and played bass with the Columbia Civic Orchestra. She taught strings in the Columbia Public Schools for seven years and is currently an instructor and orchestra director at the Columbia Independent School. Throughout her life, she has served in many music positions in her church and is currently the music chairman for the mid-Missouri area of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Ms. Lambson is the mother of seven grown children and lives with her husband in Columbia, Mo. where she maintains an active studio of cello, piano, bass, and viola students.