Sarah L. Williams recently graduated with a Master’s degree in Music Education from the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami.  She received a Bachelor of Music degree in French Horn Performance and a Performer Diploma in Horn from Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music, in addition to a certificate in Arts Administration from the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs.  She completed her student teaching internship in elementary general music at Toussaint Louverture Elementary School under the guidance of Suzanne Floyd.  She holds teaching certification in both Music Education (K-12) and Elementary Education (K-6).  As a graduate assistant in the Frost School of Music, Sarah directed the band program at West Lab Elementary, taught early childhood music classes for the Frost MusicTime program, and worked as a research assistant on the UM Infant and Toddler Grant Project.  Outside of her work at the university, she teaches with the Miami Music Project (an El Sistema community music program), and Rock-ucation (a developmental music and movement program for young children).  As a hornist, she is an active performer in South Florida, having played with the Palm Beach Symphony, Symphony of the Americas, and the Southwest Florida Symphony.