Dr. Rebecca Strutt

Adjunct Professor of Education

Programs: Education


D.M.E. (2023) Doctorate of Music Education, highest distinction, Liberty University.
Dissertation: A Qualitative Study Comparing the Teaching Philosophies and Practices of Children’s Choir Artistic Directors in South-Central Ontario. Supervisors: Dr. Nathan Street and Dr. Monica Taylor

M.M. (2016) Master of Music, Boston University.

B.Mus. (1996) Bachelor of Music Education, performing arts minor, magna cum laude, Gordon College.


  • Teaching the Arts: Visual Arts, Drama, and Music (PJ) (EDU-332)
  • Teaching the Arts: Visual Art, Drama, and Music (JI) (EDU-333)
  • Multiliteracies in Education (PJI) (EDU-322)


Dr. Rebecca Strutt is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Education at Redeemer and the Artistic Director and Senior Choir Conductor for the Mississauga Children’s Choir. Rebecca is an American/Canadian musician, active as a choral conductor, singer, music educator, and vocal pedagogue. Before relocating to Ontario, Rebecca served as a tenured faculty member of The Bromfield School in Havard, MA where she was the upper school director of choral activities and the Unified Arts department leader (visual art, digital art, theatre, and music). Rebecca also served on faculty as an adjunct faculty member of voice and music theory at Mount Wachusett Community College. Rebecca maintains a robust private voice studio, has performed with several opera and musical theatre companies throughout New England, and is equally comfortable on stage or at the podium.

Research Interests

  • Community music
  • Culturally responsive teaching practices
  • Music education and the brain
  • The Biblical importance of singing

Awards and Certifications

  • Ontario College of Teachers license
  • Massachusetts Teaching license
  • North Carolina teaching license