Sharon Knox Deuby
Title: Adjunct Lecturer, Clarinet
Building: FAC 2118 (Center for the Musical Arts)
- Master of Music, Clarinet Performance, Michigan State University
- Bachelor of Music Education, Concentration in Special Education, State University of New York at Potsdam
SHARON KNOX DEUBY enjoys a rich and varied career as an orchestral, band and chamber
musician, as well as an educator. Sharon performs as Principal Clarinet for the East
Texas Symphony Orchestra, as well as Associate Principal Clarinet for the Dallas Winds,
and Co-Principal for the Wichita Falls Symphony Orchestra. Sharon has recorded 23
compact discs with the Dallas Winds that have received international acclaim and Grammy
Awards nominations. As a member of Texas Winds Musical Outreach, she presents educational
concerts for Head Start schools throughout Dallas County. Sharon has performed as
a soloist with the East Texas Symphony Orchestra and Richland String Orchestra and
has been a featured soloist or clinician for the Texas Music Educators Association
Conference, University of Texas at Tyler Single Reed Day, OU Clarinet Symposium, Texas
Clarinet Colloquium and Clarinet Solutions.
Sharon is Adjunct Instructor of Clarinet at University of Texas at Tyler and Richland College, where she also directs the Chamber Woodwinds. Sharon is a member of the clarinet faculty for the Dallas Winds Band Camp and Honor Bands.
Sharon received her Master of Music in Performance from Michigan State University and Bachelor of Music Education from Crane School of Music, SUNY Potsdam. Her primary teachers include Fred Ormand, Elsa Ludewig-Verdehr, Stephen Girko, Allen Sigel and Alan Woy, as well as special training with Donald Montanaro.