Shayna Stahl

We are very pleased to announce that Shayna Stahl will be joining us as our new Associate Director of Bands/Director of Athletic Bands!

Ms. (soon to be Dr.) Stahl will be a wonderful addition to our family and will be a great help as we continue to build a strong band program at UNC Charlotte.

 

March 7, 2019

A bit about Ms. Stahl:

Shayna Stahl is currently in her final year in the Doctor of Music Arts/Instrumental Conducting program at the University of Washington, where she studies with Timothy Salzman. Currently she serves as Graduate Assistant Director of the UW Husky Marching Band, Director of the UW Husky Basketball Band, conductor for the UW Concert Band and assistant conductor for the UW Wind Ensemble. Her previous experience includes ten years as a staff member in the athletic band program at State University of New York Stony Brook including three years as Director of Athletic Bands. She also served for eight years as a music educator in the Middle Country Central School District where she taught Wind Ensemble, Concert Band and Jazz Band. Ms. Stahl earned her Master of Arts in Liberal Studies from Stony Brook University and a Master of Music Education/Wind Band Conducting from The Hartt School at the University of Hartford where she studied with Glen Adsit. She holds a Bachelor of Music Education from Temple University in Philadelphia where she studied horn with Shelly Showers and Dan Williams, both of the Philadelphia Orchestra. She has attended conducting workshops with numerous clinicians, including Michael Haithcock, Edward Cumming, Michael Colgrass, Jerry Junkin, Carl Sinclair, Mallory Thompson, Craig Kirchhoff and Frank Ticheli. She is a member of the National Association for Music Educators (NAfME), New York State School Music Association, Suffolk County Music Educators Association, College Band Directors National Association (CBDNA), Golden Key International Honor Society, Sigma Alpha Iota and is an honorary member of Kappa Kappa Psi.

WELCOME TO OUR BAND FAMILY AND NINER NATION!