Andrew Doub is Principal Tuba of the Louisville Orchestra and Professor of Tuba and Euphonium at Campbellsville University he has performed across the United States and Europe. He has been heard on recordings and live radio broadcasts around the world. Mr. Doub keeps an active private teaching studio along with his studio at Campbellsville University. A Native of Hagerstown MD Mr. Doub began formal training in the Tuba at the age of 12. He then began studying at West Virginia University’s College of Creative arts, where he studied for two years before transferring to The Curtis Institute of Music. While at WVU Mr. Doub’s primary teachers were Dave McCollum (WVU retired) and John DiCesare (Seattle Symphony). Upon starting at The Curtis Institute he began studying with Craig Knox (Pittsburgh Symphony) and Paul Krzywicki (Philadelphia Orchestra retired). Mr. Doub held previous positions in the Maryland Symphony and Symphony in C and has performed with The Pittsburgh Symphony, Kansas City Symphony, and the Indianapolis Symphony. In Mr. Doub’s free time he enjoys gardening and spending time with his wife, Susan, and their numerous pets.