- MMus, Piano Performance, Boston University
- BA, Piano, Bob Jones University
- Freshman Piano (Pi 413, Pi 412, Pi 411)
- Hymn Improvisation Class (SM 103)
- Hymn Reading (SM 102, SM 101)
- Junior Piano (Pi 451)
- Piano (Pi 612, Pi 694, Pi 632, Pi 631)
- Piano Classes for the Non-Major (Pi 105, Pi 102, Pi 101, Pi 103, Pi 104)
- Piano: Non-Performance Major (Pi 610)
- Piano Symposium (Pi 099)
- Private Hymn Improvisation (SM 291)
- Private Instruction for the Piano Major/Principal (Pi 491)
- Private Instruction for the Piano Minor (Pi 391)
- Private Piano Instruction for the Non-Major (Pi 211, Pi 291)
- Senior Piano (Pi 471)
- Sophomore Piano (Pi 431, Pi 443, Pi 433)
David Lehman is Associate Professor of Music at Bob Jones University, where he has taught for 35 years. He is Head of the Department of Keyboard Studies, coordinates Department activities, and teaches private piano lessons.
He holds the M.M. in Piano Performance from Boston University, where he studied piano with Anthony diBonaventura and chamber music with Leslie Parnas and Eugene Lehner. He received the B.A. in Piano Performance from Bob Jones University, and his primary instructor was Laurence Morton.
His students have won numerous awards and competitions, including the Fulbright Scholarship to study at the Vienna Conservatory(2012), first place in the Lansing Matinee Musicale Competition(2013), Honorable Mention and “Most Promising Pianist” at the Australian Concerto and Vocal Competition(2013), first place in the BJU Concerto/Aria Competition(2012 and 2013), and first place in the BJU Annual Piano Competition(2009, 2010, 2011, 2012).
Professor Lehman has been featured as soloist with the BJU Symphony Orchestra and performs in numerous recitals. He serves as adjudicator and clinician in the southeastern United States and is a member of MTNA and the Greenville Music Teachers. He is a faculty member and past director of the BJU Senior Piano Camp.
He is active in his local church, where he serves as organist, choir pianist, and Sunday School teacher.
In his spare time, Professor Lehman likes to read, both professionally and recreationally, and to spend time with his family—he will be very happy to tell you about his grandchildren.