Eric Daub - Principal Keyboard
Eric Daub is a professor of piano and music theory at Texas Lutheran University, where he holds the Baenziger Professorship in Music. Eric earned a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from the University of Wisconsin, studying the piano with Tait Barrows and Leo Stephens, and jazz piano with Ted Jackson and Richard Davis. He then moved to Austin, Texas in 1985 to pursue a Master of Music and a Doctor of Musical Arts in Piano Performance at the University of Texas at Austin, studying piano and accompanying with Dr. William Race, Anton Nel, David Garvey, and Gerard Souzay.
Eric has a wide range of experience as a solo recitalist, chamber musician, recording artist, accompanist, church musician, arranger, jazz, blues and gospel pianist, and rock keyboardist. He has worked with various singer-song writers in the Austin area co-writing, arranging, and recording music in a variety of styles.