The University of St. Thomas

Music

Sarah Schmalenberger

Sarah Schmalenberger

Schmalenberger, Sarah

Associate Professor of Music, Music History, French Horn

scschmalenbe@stthomas.edu
Phone: (651) 962-5851
Toll Free: (800) 328-6819, Ext. 2-5851

University of St. Thomas
2115 Summit Ave., BEC 9
St. Paul, MN  55105

Office Location: Brady Educational Center LL 5A

Sarah Schmalenberger teaches courses in music history and literature, as well as studio French horn at UST.  Currently, Dr. Schmalenberger is engaged with several areas of research, from published articles on black American women in concert music to new inquiries into music pedagogy and also music and disability.  She is the primary investigator of the Life and Livelihood Study, a national research project on the occupational and medical well-being of musicians after breast cancer.  In addition, Dr. Schmalenberger maintains an active schedule as a freelance hornist, both the modern and the valveless horns.  She is the principal horn of the Lake Superior Chamber Orchestra as well as the Early Music Orchestra, and she has recently commissioned a work for horn, percussion, and guitar by composer Albert Biales.