The University of St. Thomas


Jacque Schrader

Jacque Schrader

Schrader, Jacque

Adjunct Faculty, Orff Schulwerk Certificate Program
Phone: (651) 96
Toll Free: (800) 328-6819, Ext.

University of St. Thomas
2115 Summit Ave., LOR 103
St. Paul, MN  55105

Office Location: None

Jacque Schrader currently teaches music and movement to children in pre-school through age 13 at the Key School in Annapolis, MD. For the last twenty summers she has been helping to train Orff Schulwerk teachers from around the world. In addition to teaching movement at the University of St. Thomas, she also teaches Level II Ensemble at George Mason University in Virginia, and at Southern Methodist University, in Dallas.

In 1983 she was given the NJMES Master Teacher Award and was the youngest recipient in the history of the award. In 1984 she was given the NJ Governor's Award for Excellence in Arts Education. She served on the American Orff-Schulwerk Association (AOSA) Board of Trustees from 1995-2000.

An internationally known clinician, Jacque spent the spring semester of 1999 studying on a scholarship at the Orff Institute, Salzburg. Jacque has presented workshops at eight AOSA Conferences and at AOSA chapters in twenty-four states. In January 2001, she taught in Taiwan, and during the summer of 2001, she was sponsored by the Carl Orff Foundation and AOSA to teach at the first international Orff course in Slovakia. In the summer of 2005, she taught at the international course in Krackow, Poland.  Jacque has also taught in Austria and Bejing, China.