Dr. Beth Eubank

Beth Eubank

D. M. A., M. M. E., B. M. E.


BETH EUBANK holds the Bachelor of Music Education degree with a major in piano and a minor in oboe from Shenandoah Conservatory of Music in Winchester, Virginia; the Master of Music Education degree from Bob Jones University; and the Doctor of Musical Arts in Music Education from the University of Georgia.

Dr. Eubank served on the BJU music faculty for 19 years where she taught undergraduate and graduate music education courses and oboe, directed the University Concert Choir, advised undergraduate music education students, and was a performing member of the Faculty Chamber Winds. She also conducted student teaching observations in the public schools. Dr. Eubank has also played oboe and English horn for several recordings, is an active choral clinician and competition adjudicator, and has worked with several hundred music students every other fall at the BJU High School Festival.

Before coming to BJU, Dr. Eubank taught band, choir, and handbells to elementary, junior high, and high school students. Her groups won competitions at the regional, state, and national levels. Professional memberships include the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA), the National Association for Music Education (NAfME), the Organization of American Kodaly Educators (OAKE), the Dalcroze Society of America (DSA), the American Orff-Schulwerk Association (AOSA), and the International Double Reed Society (IDRS). Dr. Eubank is also a performing member of the Rivertree Singers, a community choral group in Greenville, SC.

Summers are spent in educational pursuits and travel, visiting her daughter’s family in the Netherlands. The last several summers, Dr. Eubank has studied with distinguished choral conductors at University of Oxford in the United Kingdom, Sarteano, Italy, University of Michigan, Eastman School of Music, and Westminster Choir College. She also enjoys brokering real estate in the Upstate.