Stacy Dziuk

Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Bands and Instrumental Music Get Contact Info


Department of Visual and Performing Arts Music


Dr. Stacy Dziuk is the Director of Bands/ Instrumental Music at Carroll University where she directs the Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, Chamber Orchestra and courses in music education.  Previously she was the Director of Instrumental Activities at Monmouth College.  As an educator, Dr. Dziuk has been active with the Minnesota All-State Bands, Connecticut Regional and All-State Bands, and Illinois Music Educators’ Association, as well as students in K-12 general and instrumental music programs.  Prior to her collegiate positions, Dr. Dziuk taught at St. John the Baptist School in New Brighton, MN teaching general music and band.  She has also taught at Anoka-Ramsey Community College, the University of St. Catherine, the University of Minnesota, as well as maintaining a large private lesson studio.   She has presented clinics in woodwinds, band, and diversity access practices across the Midwest and New England.  She is currently published in Teaching Music and Music Educators’ Journal. 

As a woodwind specialist and multiple woodwind pedagogue, she has performed professionally on all the woodwind instruments.  Dr. Dziuk has performed in a variety of genres from classical to jazz to commercial.  As a multiple woodwind specialist, she has had the opportunity to perform with many Broadway touring productions, including Young Frankenstein and A Chorus Line. 

Dr. Dziuk holds a DMA in Bassoon Performance, Music Education and Woodwind Pedagogy from the University of Minnesota, where she also holds a Masters of Music in Bassoon Performance.  Her studies at the University of Minnesota also included additional graduate study in clarinet.  Dr. Dziuk holds a Bachelors of Music Education from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. 


DMA- University of Minnesota 

MM- University of Minnesota 

BME- University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire 

Areas of Specialization

  • Wind Ensemble 
  • Jazz Ensemble 
  • Music Education 
  • Woodwind Pedagogy 

Scholarly and Professional Achievements

  • Guest conducting appearances across the Midwest and Northeast
  • Invited Clinician/ Presenter for music education across 7 states
  • Published in Teaching Music and Music Educators’ Journal 

Why do you do what you do?

I love showing students how they can make music a part of their lives regardless of their future career and helping them grow as musicians. I love working with future teachers and helping them develop into their best self as an educator.

What should students know about you?

My door is always open.
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