Samuel Hartung, MA. MA.

University Assistant

  • Mirabellplatz 1/III (Room: A03039M)
  • 5020 Salzburg

Samuel Hartung grew up near Lake Constance and he is an instrumental teacher, horn player and versatile brass player. He works as a university assistant for instrumental (vocal) pedagogy at the Mozarteum University Salzburg and his doctor thesis is about teaching research in the field of wind instruments. He also teaches horn and other brass instruments at the music school in the city of Burghausen and leads several brass classes and ensembles.

His instrumental and artistic studies took him via Mainz to Nuremberg and Salzburg. He completed his studies at the University of Music Nuremberg with a major in horn with Hansjörg Angerer in artistic education and in artistic-pedagogical education with a focus on jazz trumpet. For the master's degree in Instrumental Pedagogy Horn, which he successfully completed in 2017, he moved to the Mozarteum University Salzburg. He completed his master’s degree in Horn in 2019.

In his music-practical studies, in addition to the modern valve horn, he deals with numerous instruments from the horn family, such as the historical natural horn, parforce horn, Wagner tuba and treble horn. As a horn player and brass player, he is involved in numerous music education projects, in particular in innovative children's and family concerts.