Amanda Horn Gunderson

Amanda Horn Gunderson


B.M., Penn State University

M.A., Penn State University

M.M., Penn State University

D.M.A., The University of Wisconsin – Madison

Contact Information:

Campus Post Office Box 148

Music: Assistant Professor

Scholar Program: Assistant Professor

Amanda Gunderson serves on the faculty at Lycoming College as assistant professor, teaching courses in applied piano, music theory, music history, and music appreciation. She has appeared as a soloist throughout the United States, including New York’s Weill Recital Hall.  As a prize-winning collaborative pianist, Amanda maintains an active life as a chamber musician.  In 2010 she and violinist Carol Carlson founded Duo Mendota and embarked on a tour across the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic. Amanda returned to her home state of Pennsylvania after completing the DMA at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on a University Fellowship for doctoral studies in Piano Performance and Pedagogy. Her primary teachers include Christopher Taylor, Timothy Shafer, and pedagogy advisor Jessica Johnson.