Anna Skrupky

Anna SkrupkyAssistant Professor


Contact Information

Cogswell Hall 311


Applied Horn

Horn Choir


DMA, University of Wisconsin-Madison

MM, Northwestern University

BM, Lawrence University


Anna Skrupky is an assistant professor of music at Indiana University of Pennsylvania where she teaches applied horn and horn choir. She is an active educator and has been on the faculties of the Penn State Honors Music Institute, Rowan Community Music School, the Music School of Delaware, the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Lawrence University, and the University of Wisconsin-Rock County. She performs frequently with the many ensembles around State College, including the Allegheny Winds, Nittany Valley Symphony, FUSE Projections, Centre Brass, Altoona Symphony, and Pennsylvania Chamber Orchestra.

She is also an active arts administrator and is the executive director of the Pennsylvania Chamber Orchestra. Prior to this, she spent time as the director of the Community Music School at Rowan University, the assistant director of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Music, and as a staff member at the Music School of Delaware, Wisconsin Public Television, and the Madison Symphony

Skrupky received a DMA in horn from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a minor in arts administration, a MM in horn performance and literature from Northwestern University, and a BM in horn performance and general music education from Lawrence University. Her teachers have included Douglas Hill, Gail Williams, William Barnewitz, and James DeCorsey.