Megan Small has been a horn teacher throughout the midwest for the past fourteen years. Currently a PhD candidate in Musicology at the University of Iowa, Megan has master’s degrees in Horn Performance and Musicology from Illinois State University and the University of Kansas, and a bachelor’s degree in Music with a minor in Dance from Missouri State University. In addition to regularly performing with the Mississippi Valley Orchestra and the Twin Cities Horn Club, Megan remains active in the International Horn Society, having presented her research and pedagogy at the conferences in Los Angeles, California, and Natal, Brazil. Her research on the brass music of Hungarian composer Frigyes Hidas was funded by the Fulbright Student Research Grant to Hungary in 2014-2015. Megan also serves as the CLA for the Anoka-Ramsey Music Department.