Faculty Profile

Lacey Brown

Lacey Brown

Adjunct Instructor of Music Technology

Education: BA, Seattle Pacific University, 2003; MM, University of Washington, 2011

Lacey Brown is a percussionist, recording engineer, worship leader, and singer/songwriter from Seattle, WA. She holds a B.A. and a M.M. in Percussion Studies and enjoys performing and teaching an array of instruments and styles of music. 


As a percussionist, she has performed most recently with Amy Grant and three-time Grammy Award-winning artist, Michael W. Smith. She has also played with Orchestra Seattle, The Gilbert and Sullivan Society, Seattle Rock Orchestra, Village Theatre, and many Seattle based indie rock bands. Her principal teachers have been Mike Crusoe, Tom Collier, Dan Adams, and Steve Korn. Lacey has worked with several organizations coaching and teaching percussion including Trinity Lutheran College, Cascade Youth Symphony, Seattle School of Music, Coda School of Music, and currently runs her private teaching studio in Seattle. 


Steeped in the audio world, Lacey is a freelance recording engineer and producer working from Nervous Breakdance Studios and many other venues. She has helped produce over 20 albums from choirs to rock bands. She is also currently working as the Music Technology Adjunct at Seattle Pacific University. 

Passionate in the liturgical arts, Lacey has been working in ministry for over 20 years and is currently the Music and Worship Director at Church of the Apostles, where she has the joy of designing worship with the community and writing and recording original music and reimagined hymns. Lacey also heads up a band called Poor Clare, performing original music and poetry inspired by the mysteries of God and life. Her music can be found here: