- Teaches students:
- Ages 12+
- Teaching since:
I began playing in 6th grade. My dad is a guitarist/vocalist/flutist (he gigs in the south DFW area) and brought me up in a very musical household. Since then, I have played with groups such as Scott & Steve, Big Gus & Swampadelic, the Pecos River Brass Big Band, and some of UNT's top ensembles, including the U-Tubes and the A Cappella Choir.
I have taught private lessons by myself for 2 years and some change. My students have varied from beginners to advanced level college students, ranging from jazz to classical. As I have experience in everything from wind band performances to arranging, from professional auditions to jazz gigs, I feel that I have a unique skill set that allows me to cater to just about any student that comes my way. (I count this as a separate job, because it is legally considered a separate entity.)+ Read More
I taught brass and piano lessons at this Fine Arts Conservatory over the summer of 2017, before I moved back to UNT in August. My students ranged from beginners to advanced college students. I was also a Shop Associate, meaning I was in charge of selling all merchandise, as well as handling all instrument rentals and supply orders for the beginning of the new academic year. We supplied numerous beginning students from four different schools with new instruments for the school year.+ Read More
In both 2014 & 2015, I was awarded the distinction of being selected as an All-State musician through a rigorous audition process (Date Received refers to when the final certification was received).
JEN was formed in 2008 to help bring together the jazz arts community. It hosts an annual conference with concerts presented by students and professionals, a student jazz festival, workshops, research presentations and an exhibition area with manufacturers, retailers, schools and other jazz related organizations. JEN also offers many educational programs, from an outreach program, to mentoring and scholarships.+ Read More
The general purposes of the International Trombone Association shall be: To promote communications among trombonists around the world, to improve the artistic level of performance, teaching, and literature associated with the trombone family and to function as a clearing house for trombone-related ideas and information+ Read More
Begun in 1920 as the Texas Band Teachers Association, the Texas Music Educators Association is an organization of over 10,000 school music educators dedicated to promoting excellence in music education. TMEA is comprised of five divisions: Band, Orchestra, Vocal, Elementary and College. On behalf of its members and Texas schoolchildren, TMEA carefully monitors the actions of all state decision-making bodies on issues affecting fine arts instruction in Texas. In addition to many member benefits, TMEA offers professional development opportunities for its members with Region workshops and especially with its annual Clinic/Convention. TMEA supports the future of music education by offering scholarships to music education majors and by sponsoring the Texas Future Music Educators, an organization through which high school students interested in careers in music education learn more about what to expect in their college education and future careers.+ Read More