William Staub is the Associate Director of Bands and director of the athletic bands at East Carolina University. Prior to teaching at ECU, he was the Assistant Director of Bands at Iowa State University. Dr. Staub taught public school in Austin, Texas for a number of years at Grisham Middle School.
In addition to his formal teaching positions, he is highly in demand as a clinician, adjudicator and conductor. His recently completed residencies include Duke University, the University of Georgia, Western Washington University, and the University of Puget Sound. In 2017, Staub guest conducted the World Youth Wind Orchestra Project in Schladming, Austria.
Dr. Staub received his doctor of musical arts degree from Northwestern University where he was a conducting student of Mallory Thompson. He holds a master's degree in conducting from Michigan State University where he was a student of Kevin Sedatole. He also received his undergraduate degree from Arizona State University where he studied euphonium with Sam Pilafian and conducting with Gary Hill.
Dr. Staub joined the faculty at the New England Music Camp 2015. He serves as conductor of Symphonic Band and teaches conducting, theory and coaches chamber music.