Dr. Leobardo Guerrero, piano
Dr. Guerrero or "Dr. G" as some of his students call him, is a pianist, teacher, and a music educator. He holds degrees from the National School of Music (UNAM) in Mexico City, Masters of Piano Performance from Emporia State University, and a Ph.D. in Fine Arts with the concentration in Piano Pedagogy from Texas Tech University.
He has had the opportunity to perform and conduct research in countries such as Japan, Italy, Switzerland, and Brazil, in addition to the United States and Mexico. Dr. Guerrero has previously worked for different School Districts teaching piano classes in grades 4th through 12th.
Daria Miśkiewicz, Cello, String Bass, Preschool-Intermediate Piano
Ms. Miśkiewics is currently working on her DMA from Texas Tech University and is a member of Lubbock Symphony orchestra.
Hannah Lilly, Clarinet
Ms. Lilly is originally from Lubbock, Texas. She is a performer, a teacher and a former band director. She holds a bachelors degree in Music Education from Texas Tech University, where she studied under the guidance of Dr. David Shea, and is working on her Masters in Music Education.
Ms. Lilly has been part of several music ensembles including Texas Tech's premier Symphonic Wind Ensemble, which performed across Texas and New Mexico. Her teaching experience includes elementary music, high school band and private lessons, as well as AP Music Theory.
Many of Ms. Lilly's current and former clarinet students are region, area and state qualifying players. Ms. Lilly loves to get to know her students well, and to support them in all areas of their lives.
Aubrey Tang, Violin and Viola
Ms. Tang (Aubrey) is currently a DMA student in violin performance under Dr. John Gilbert's tutelage at Texas Tech University. Aubrey has been a violin as well as viola section leader of some ensembles at Texas Tech School of Music, such as Ensemble Bravura, University Symphony Orchestra and String Orchestra. She is also a violinist with Amarillo Symphony Orchestra.
Travis Ebner, Violin
Travis Ebner is a native Arkansan and is currently in his second year as an undergraduate Music Performance Major at Texas Tech University. He resides in Professor Annie Chalex Boyle’s studio and actively takes part in the various music ensembles in the School of Music.
He has participated in masterclasses with prestigious groups such as the Ying Quartet and the New York Classical Players, as well as having the opportunities to perform for world-renounced pedagogues including Anthea Kreston, John Irrera, and Mari Sato. Mr. Ebner is an avid chamber musician and enjoys collaborating with his fellow colleagues at Texas Tech University.
Mr. Ebner has experience performing in different orchestra ensembles such as the TTU University Symphony Orchestra, Amarillo Symphony Orchestra, Conway Symphony Orchestra, and has held principal positions in the Arkansas Youth Symphony Orchestra. He has also participated in various festivals around the United States including the Faulkner County Chamber Music Festival, TCU Chamber Music Festival, Hot Springs Music festival, and the OU Solo and Chamber String Academy.