Marcy Holub (Clarinet, Saxophone, Flute, Piano, Ukulele, Acoustic Guitar, Melodica, Percussion, Music Theory)
Starting on piano in 3rd grade (1993), Marcy began clarinet in 5th grade band (1995) and added other instruments in college, including saxophone (2004), flute (2006), percussion (2008), and guitar (2012). She has performed in various ensembles at Lewis and Clark Community College (L&C) and taught many private lessons on these instruments since 2004, adding ukulele in 2018. In 2008, she earned an AAFA from L&C and a BME from Greenville College in 2010. She furthered her music education at SIUE (2011-2012) and studied Music Therapy at Maryville University (2012-2017). During the school year, she teaches for Providence Fine Arts Center, a homeschool organization in Ferguson, Missouri. Since 2013, she has taught and/or assisted in several classes, including Intermediate Orchestra, Advanced Orchestra, Percussion, Guitar, Stomp, and Ukulele. Through the years, she has instructed woodwind sectionals for both The Alton Youth Symphony and Orchestrating Diversity (in St. Louis). She has also participated in the annual spring musicals in Calhoun County since 2005, The Alton Municipal Band since 2005, The Glenn Miller Birthplace Society Band in Clarinda, Iowa since 2006, and her own Key of Steam since 2014.