Department of Music

LaToya Webb

LaToya Webb

Teaching Assistant
118 Goodwin Music Building
334-844-3200

LaToya Webb is a native of Richmond, Virginia, and is currently pursuing her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Instrumental Music Education while also serving as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the Department of Music at Auburn University. Ms. Webb is an instructor for undergraduate courses and a student conductor of the Auburn University Symphonic Winds. Before her appointment at Auburn, Ms. Webb served as a music teacher for the District of Columbia Public Charter Schools and Richmond Public Schools.

Ms. Webb holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with concentrations in Music and Education and a Master of Music degree in Music Education with a Clarinet Emphasis from Norfolk State University. Ms. Webb earned a second Master of Music degree in Instrumental Conducting from George Mason University, where she studied under Mark Camphouse, and Anthony Maiello. She also studied orchestral conducting with Dennis Layendecker.

In 2017, Ms. Webb was a conducting recipient of the CBDNA Mike Moss Diversity Fellowship, where she studied with Glen Adsit and Edward Cummings at the University of Hartford. Ms. Webb was also a conducting masterclass participant at the 2018 CBDNA/NBA Southern Division Conference, where she studied with Ray Cramer. Ms. Webb has the distinct honor of being the first African American female ever selected by national audition to participate in the 2019 U.S. Army Band Conductors’ Workshop. She studied with guest clinicians Michael Haithcock, Director of Bands at the University of Michigan, and Colonel Andrew Esch, The U.S. Army Band “Pershing’s Own” Leader, and Commander. More recently, Ms. Webb is scheduled to participate the 2nd annual Midwest Clinic Reynolds Conducting Institute as a conducting fellow, studying with H. Robert Reynolds and Jerry Junkin.

Ms. Webb’s professional affiliations include the Gamma Beta Phi Society, Golden Key International Honour Society, the National Association for Music Education, Alabama Music Educators Association, the College Band Directors National Association, Women Band Directors International, Tau Beta Sigma National Honorary Band Sorority, Inc., and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Last Updated: October 31, 2019