Wendy E. Schultz

Wendy E. Schultz

Adjunct Faculty in Music

Music Department

Office: Music Center 117
Office phone: 402-643-7282

Profile

Wendy E. Schultz, a native Floridian, has studied trombone with Elliot Chasanov, Douglas Farwell, John Leisenring, Charles McKnight, and David Schmidt, and tuba with Mickey Moore. An active performer and clinician, she performed with the Stetson University Alumni Trombone Choir for the 2005 Florida Band Association Convention, and in 2004 she was a guest clinician for the Georgia Honors Low Brass Conference at Valdosta State University and for the low brass studio at Stetson University. She has performed with the Flint, Ann Arbor, Adrian, and Plymouth Symphonies as well as the Saline Big Band, Ambassadors Big Band, Borealis Brass, and Michigan Chamber Brass. Her interests include the assessment of flexibility exercises of Arthur Pryor, the study of études and solo literature for the elementary trombonist, and the arranging of popular music for trombone choir and low brass ensemble. She has published reviews of trombone literature for the International Trombone Association’s ITA Journal.

Dr. Schultz, who is listed in Who’s Who in America, is a member of the International Trombone Association, the International Women’s Brass Conference, and the honor societies Pi Kappa Lambda and Phi Kappa Phi.

Education

D.M.A., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
M.M., University of Missouri-Kansas City
B.M., Stetson University

Courses taught

Brass Techniques, Brass Ensemble, Euphonium, Trombone, Tuba, Music Theory, Aural Skills