Dr. Lynnette McGee has forged an active career as an organ recitalist, teacher, collaborative musician, and conductor.  She is presently on the organ faculty at California State University, Fullerton, and is Music Director at First Presbyterian Church, Fullerton, where she conducts the Kirk Choir, Kirk Handbell Choir, and is principal organist.

As an organ recitalist, Lynnette has performed numerous concerts, including performances at First Congregational Church of Los Angeles, Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, United Church of Christ, Claremont, and First United Methodist Church, Pasadena.  Internationally, performance venues include the famed churches in Paris of St. Sulpice, St. Eustache, La Trinité, and St. Séverin, as well as the Basilica of Santa Maria del Coro in San Sebastian, Spain.  Her collaborative work includes performances with the Aliso Viejo Symphony, California Concert Artists, Redondo Beach Baroque Festival, Corona del Mar Baroque Festival, Southern California Brass Ensemble, and university choirs and orchestras of Chapman University, Concordia University, Biola University, and Saddleback College.  Her work with organist Dr. Brenda King Durden may be heard on the disc, Double Fantasy: Organ Duets.

Lynnette earned her Doctorate of Musical Arts from Claremont Graduate University where she was awarded a Music Fellowship and the CE and Bertha Harsh Fellowship.  She also holds degrees in organ performance from California State University, Fullerton, where she graduated with highest honors and was inducted into the Phi Kappa Phi and Pi Kappa Lambda honor societies.  Her organ teachers include Dr. Carey Robertson, Esther Jones, Dr. Frances Nobert, and Dr. Leslie Spelman.