Band Instrument Teachers
Scott McCord

Percussion

PhD. from the University of Central Florida, M. M.E. from Indiana University. He was a Principal Timpanist for the I.U. Chamber Orchestra and Symphonic Band. Scott was also Principal Percussionist for the Brevard Symphony Orchestra. His percussion teaching experience includes jazz, rock, marching, orchestral styles in timpani, snare, mallets, keyboard percussion and drum set. Composer/Conductor Florida Percussion Ensemble, Clinician, Adjudicator with over 30 years teaching experience.

Cesar Quintero

Saxophone, Clarinet

Mr. Quintero is trained in both classical and jazz repertoire. He teaches music theory, jazz harmony, improvisation, and is certified in composition and conducting. Cesar holds a bachelor and a master degree in clarinet performance from Kiev Chaikovsky National Academy of Music Of Ukraine. He has taught at Los Andes Sate University and for many years played saxophone and clarinet in the State Wind Symphonic Orchestra of Merida. Cesar is comfortable teaching students of all ages ranging from beginners to advanced players and has now taught private lessons for over 20 years. 

Angel Santiago

All Band Instruments, ie Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Trumpet, French Horn, Baritone, Trombone, Tuba

Angel Manuel Santiago Jr. is from Jacksonville, FL and moved to Orlando to attend the University of Central Florida to attain his Bachelor’s in Music Education. He has been a band director in Orange County Public Schools since 2015. Angel has also been working as a music and visual instructor for high school marching bands for over 15 years. He has performed with the Sea World Saxophone Quartet for 11 years, and has been performing with local

Ska band “Tef London” since 2010.

Ken Moulton

Trumpet

A former student of Roger Voisin, long time principal trumpet of both the Boston Symphony Orchestra and The Boston Pops Orchestra. Ken has been an active teacher and performer his whole career, including performing with the Mantovani Orchestra and producing recordings in recording studios in London including the Abbey Road Studios (where the Beatles recorded). As a teacher, he has taught at all levels of public schools as well as two universities and as a performer for Disney World. Ken has been teaching and performing for 60 years after being recruited at 13 years old for the International Musicians Union.