Owner, Tracy Leenman

Tracy E. Leenman received a Bachelor of Music (magna cum laude) degree from Syracuse University in 1977 in Choral and Instrumental Music Education. She earned a Master of Music in Music Education from Syracuse University, in 1983; and has done course work towards a Ph.D. in Music Education at the Eastman School of Music. 

Education / Trombone Specialist, Bobby Powell

As an active freelance trombonist, Bobby performs regularly in concert halls, churches, and other performance venues. He has performed as a member of the Palmetto Concert Band and the Palmetto Posaunen. He currently plays and conducts as a member of the Blue Ridge Symphonic Brass, the Corridor Brass, the Upstate Winds Concert Band, and the Foothills Philharmonic.

Music Education Specialist, Catie Moyer

Catie Moyer is passionate about making the organ and its music accessible to the average, untrained, or even skeptical listener. She performs with the harp/organ duo, Voix Celeste, which debuted in July 2017, is actively involved in the music program at Summit View Baptist, and is a substitute organist for churches across Upstate South Carolina.

Educational Sales, Rachel Longacre

Rachel received her bachelor’s degree in Piano Pedagogy from Bob Jones University and continued on for her master’s degree in Piano Performance while studying under Peter Davis. While in college, she participated in handbell and piano ensembles, taught private piano lessons, worked as the choral librarian for the Fine Arts department, and performed both piano solo and ensemble recitals.

Education specialist, David A. O'Shields

Dr. O'Shields is a four-time recipient of the National Band Association's Citation of Excellence, has been recognized as the Outstanding Bandmaster in South Carolina, and as Outstanding Contributor to Bands in South Carolina. He recently served as chair of the adjudication committee and president-elect of the South Carolina Band Directors Association. He has played professionally on both clarinet and piano for over thirty years.