Saxophone, Woodwinds and Brass


William received his Bachelor’s of Music Education with Saxophone Performance from University of South Carolina. He then obtained his Master’s of Music in Saxophone Performance from Northwestern University.

Performance and Teaching Experience

Marr has performed 30 years with the Air Force Band, Washington DC. His first 11 years was on tenor saxophone with the Concert Band, and 17 years on principal alto saxophone, also with the Concert Band. He performed solos with the Band and Saxophone Quartet in all 48 contiguous states and can be heard on over 54 recordings. He was also a regular sub on alto saxophone with the Air Force Jazz Band, The Airmen of Note. Though recently retired from the Air Force Band, he continues to perform with the Cornerstone Saxophone Quartet throughout the local area.

William taught private saxophone for 3 years in the Dallas area and has maintained a private studio from his home.

At Levine

William joined Levine in spring 2017 teaching saxophone.

“In my short time so far, I have been impressed with the positive attitude and work ethic of the students.”

Teaching Philosophy and Approach

“I try to challenge my students to be the best they can be. I try to make sure they know that with hard work anything is possible. I also try to keep the lessons fun and find music that they enjoy playing.”


I enjoy biking and gardening. And cheer for our local baseball team, the Nationals!