Martha Jhoana is a talented composer, musician, educator, and conductor from the Dominican Republic. At the age of only thirty-four, Martha has mastered the piano, harp, guitar, and is also learning the violin. Currently, she teaches private lessons and provides regular musical performances to several Texas churches.
Dr. Tamey Anglley is currently the Assistant Director of Bands at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas. There, she conducts the Symphonic Band, Basketball Pep Bands, assists with the Lumberjack Marching Band, and teaches undergraduate courses on both instrumental methods and instrumental conducting. Dr. Anglley is a member of the Texas Music Educators Association, College Band Directors National Association, Music Educators National Convention, Iowa Bandmasters Association, the College Music Society, Sigma Alpha Iota, Kappa Kappa Psi, Tau Beta Sigma and has had the opportunity to conduct or clinic ensembles in Texas, Oklahoma, Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota.
Creston Herron is an educator, clinician, and talented violinist. He is currently the Director of Orchestras at Klein High School in Klein, TX. His groups have enjoyed the success of consistent UIL Sweepstakes awards, first division ratings and “best in class” awards at festivals. Under his direction, the Klein chamber orchestra and symphony orchestra have consistently placed in the finals of the prestigious Texas Music Educators Association Honor Orchestra Competition.
Professor Livingston is a world-renown conductor, educator, administrator, and motivational speaker who was “drawn inextricably to music” from an early age. He has earned several distinguished awards including the Life in the Arts Award from Idyllwild Arts, the Outstanding Teacher Award from the USC Center for Religion, and becoming the first music administrator to be accepted into the Harvard University Executive Education Program.
Dr. David Wayne Campo is a published composer, conductor, and educator. Currently, he is the Associate Director of Bands and Director of The Lumberjack Marching Band at Stephen F. Austin State University. He also conducts the SFASU Wind Symphony, the SFASU University Band, and organizes the SFASU Summer Band Camps. He is involved in professional organizations including the Texas Bandmasters Association, the Texas Music Educators Association, the College Band Directors National Association, and Pi Kappa Lambda.
Dr. Bradley Meyer is the Director of Percussion Studies at Stephen F. Austin State University in Texas where he teaches private lessons, percussion methods courses, and directs both the SFASU Percussion Ensemble and the “Jacks of Steel” (steel band). He currently serves as the Vice President of the Kentucky Chapter of the Percussive Arts Society and endorses Yamaha Instruments, Vic Firth Stick and Mallets, Evans Drumheads, and Tycoon Percussion. Besides teaching, Dr. Meyer spends his time presenting recitals and clinics at conventions and universities around the United States.
Dr. Christopher Ayer is currently the Professor of Clarinet at Stephen F. Austin State University and is an active member of the Stone Fort Wind Quintet, a regularly-performing chamber wind ensemble comprised of SFASU faculty. Dr. Ayer has served as a clinician for multiple organizations including the International Clarinet Association, Midwest International Band and Orchestra Conference, the Texas Bandmasters Association, and the Texas Music Educators Association.