Scott Sandberg and Matthew Sebald

Dr. Scott Sandberg serves as Assistant Professor of Clarinet/Saxophone—Coordinator of Woodwinds at the University of North Dakota and maintains an active schedule as a performer, clinician, and adjudicator. Internationally, he has toured China three times, including performing as a featured soloist with the East China Normal University Orchestra. He performed in Scottland, Canada, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, Ireland, the United Kingdom, and Norway. In the United States, he has performed at numerous North American Saxophone Alliance conferences as well as with ensembles such as the Dallas Wind Symphony, Bismarck-Mandan Symphony Orchestra, Dubuque Symphony Orchestra, Waverly Community Orchestra, Greater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra, Singapore Slingers, Royal Klobasneks, and Dick King Classic Swing Band. A native of Grand Forks, North Dakota, Sandberg is thrilled to have returned to his hometown to teach at the University of North Dakota, where he received his Bachelor of Music degree in music education. He received his Master of Arts and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees in saxophone performance from The University of Iowa as a student of Dr. Kenneth Tse. Matthew Sebald has devoted his life to the pursuit of music. Beginning lessons at age 7 with Lillian Simmons, Matthew quickly developed a passion for music as a career. He is currently studying under Dr. Nariaki Sugiura at the University of the North Dakota. His accomplishments to date include performing with the UND Chamber Orchestra as the winner of the UND Mozart Piano Concerto Competition of 2015 and performing in master classes with Dr. Lydia Artymiw and John Clodfelter.

Scott Sandberg, saxophone
Matthew Sebald, piano
  • Jul 13 2018

    Scott Sandberg and Matthew Sebald


    Catherine McMichael (1954): Duality for tenor saxophone and piano - Polarity, Linearity, Circularity (premiere performance)
    Ronald Caravan (1946): Soliloquy and Celebration: A tribute to the classic jazz saxophonist Paul Desmond (1925-1977) 

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