Andrew J. Schultz

Andrew J. Schultz

Assistant Professor of Music

Music Department

Office: Music Center 115
Office phone: 402-643-7395


Andrew J. Schultz received a Bachelor of Science in Education from Concordia, a Master of Music in wind conducting from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and is currently pursuing a D.M.A. in music education at Boston University. He taught at Kansas City Lutheran High School in Kansas City, Missouri from 1989 to 1994 and at Concordia University in Ann Arbor, Michigan from 1994 to 2006. While at Ann Arbor he received the university's annual award for excellence in teaching. He joined the Seward faculty in 2006.

Schultz has a particular interest in instrumental music education, conducting, jazz, and music technology and serves as the director of bands. In addition to the courses he teaches, he also manages the department's music technology laboratory and oversees technology and recording needs for the music department. Outside of Concordia he is an active clinician, guest conductor, and trumpet performer. He holds memberships in the National Association for Music Education (MENC) and the Nebraska Music Educators Association (NMEA).

In the classroom, rehearsals and performances, Schultz emphasizes that music is a gift from God, and he encourages students to use their talents to give honor and glory to Him. He and his wife Dr. Wendy Schultz have two children, Elizabeth and Matthew.


M.M., University of Missouri-Kansas City
B.S., Concordia College, Seward, Nebraska

Courses taught

University Wind Ensemble, Concordia Jazz Ensemble, University Pep Band, Instrumental Conducting, Instrumental Literature and Development, Trumpet