Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelor of Music, Fall 2018 Master of Music, Spring 2023
Ms. Megan Stallings
Megan Stallings is an active music educator in the Northern Virginia area. She holds a Bachelor of Music in Instrumental Music Education and a Master of Music in Instrumental Conducting from George Mason University. During her time at George Mason, she studied wind band conducting with Dr. William L. Lake Jr. and Mark Camphouse and oboe with Dr. Margaret Owens.
She is in her 5th year of teaching for Loudoun County Public Schools and 1st year as the Director of Bands at Loudoun Valley High School. In this role, Megan directs the Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, and Marching Vikings. In addition to teaching band courses, she also teaches the combined-level guitar class and AP Music Theory. She also has experience teaching elementary music classes and adaptive music classes. In 2022, she charted a chapter of United Sound at Stone Bridge High School.
As an active oboe/English horn player, she performs with the Fairfax Wind Symphony and the Capital Wind Symphony. The FWS regularly performs in the Northern Virginia area, at the Virginia Music Educators Conference, and recently performed at the 2021 Midwest International Band and Orchestra Clinic in Chicago, Il. Additionally, she has subbed on oboe and English horn for the Loudoun Symphony Orchestra and for private lesson teachers in the area. Prior to her current position, Megan taught oboe lessons and sectionals all across the Northern Virginia area.
Outside of music, Megan enjoys coaching competitive cheerleading and holds two Virginia High School League 6A state titles as an assistant coach for Battlefield High School. During her time as the assistant band director at Stone Bridge High School, she also assisted the competition cheerleading team.