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Hana Beloglavec

Assistant Professor of Trombone

206 School of Music Building
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803-2504


International award-winning trombonist Hana Beloglavec has competed successfully in several competitions. Her most recent accomplishments include winning the 2014 Jerome and Elaine Nerenberg Foundation Scholarship and the 2012 International Women’s Brass Conference’s Division II Solo Competition. As a chamber musician, she has found success in her trombone quartet, the Lakeside Quartet, which competed in the finals of the 2014 International Trombone Quartet Competition. She also was a member of The Handsome Dan’s Trombone Quartet, which won the 2013 Eastern Trombone Workshop’s Trombone Quartet Competition and performed a quartet recital at the workshop as well as the 2013 Yale Woolsey Concerto Competition.

Also deeply interested in orchestral music, Beloglavec has performed as a substitute trombonist most recently with the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra and the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra. While living in Chicago, Beloglavec performed as a substitute with the early-music ensemble Music of the Baroque under conductors Nicholas Kraemer and Jane Glover, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra under the conductors Charles Dutoit, Sir Mark Elder, Ludovic Morlot, and Esa-Pekka Salonen. She also has performed as a member of the American Institute of Musical Studies Festival Orchestra in Graz, Austria.

Hana Beloglavec received her Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Northwestern University, where she studied with Professors Michael Mulcahy, Douglas Wright, Timothy Higgins, Randall Hawes, and Christopher Davis. She completed her Master of Music degree at Yale University and her Bachelor of Music degree at Western Michigan University, where she studied with Professor Scott Hartman and Dr. Steve Wolfinbarger, respectively. Previous to her appointments at Louisiana State University, Hana Beloglavec held a position as visiting instructor of low brass at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas.