Andrew holds orchestra positions with the Spartanburg Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Winston-Salem Symphony, and the Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle. He also teaches horn as an adjunct professor at Western Carolina University.
Charlie Wylie is a graduate from Charleston Southern University with a Bachelor's of Arts in Music Education. Throughout his college career, he performed as principal trombone in the CSU Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band, Marching Band, Jazz Ensemble, Low Brass Choir, Brass Quintet as a trombonist and tubist as well as being a founding member of The Low-Country Four Trombone Quartet.
Rob Schoolfield is former Associate Professor of Music at Bob Jones University in Greenville, South Carolina. He holds degrees from Tennessee Technological University, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and Bob Jones University. He was in charge of all aspects of percussion at BJU including private lessons, logistics, and performance from pre-college at Bob Jones Academy through university.
Adam, a freelance trombonist, graduated from Brevard College with a degree in Music Education. During his time at Brevard College Adam was active in multiple ensembles.
A native of Chicago, Amy studied and apprenticed under Betty Haag (who was a student of Shinichi Suzuki). Amy holds a Bachelors degree in string pedagogy from Bob Jones University, where she performed with the University Symphony Orchestra.
Holding degrees from both Mercer University and Clayton State University, Julianne Henry, Nationally Certified Teacher of Music, began learning flute at age 10.
Marjorie Malphrus is originally from Toledo, Ohio. Mrs. Malphrus attended Montclair State University in New Jersey where she received her BA degree in Music Education.
Kory received his B.M. in Music Ed from Berry College and did graduate studies at University of South Dakota.
A native of Cincinnati, Chris holds a Bachelors degree in Trumpet Performance from Ohio University and a Masters degree in Trumpet Performance from Indiana University.