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Tina Castellanos is the Second Flutist of the Las Vegas Philharmonic, a position she has held since 2001 and Principal Flutist of The Nevada POPS. She also frequently plays flute and piccolo on the Phantom: The Las Vegas Spectacular show on The Las Vegas "Strip". She had the privilege of playing principal flute under the direction of Itzhak Perlman and has played for many artists such as Harry Connick Jr., Cirque du Soleil, Michel Legrand, Jerry Lewis, Andy Williams, Dionne Warwick, Vanessa Williams, Peter Shickele, Andrea Bocelli, Il Divo, and Placido Domingo.

Since the age of 16, Tina has maintained a full-time private flute studio, of which her students have won many local and national competitions. She was the Assistant Flute Instructor at UNLV 2002-07, on the faculty of The Nevada School of the Arts, and is currently teaching at Day Murray Music.

Tina received her Bachelor's (Magna Cum Laude) and Master's (Summa Cum Laude) degrees in flute performance from UNLV. Her primary teachers were Nancy Toone and Dr. Richard Soule.





Saxophonist Dale Lee has performed as a professional musician for 25 years, taught privately for 15 and at private schools for 7 years. He has been the band leader of Swingorillas, Nova Paradiso and presently of Swoon and Global Cocktail. Was a member of Thirsty Alley, GNP, Insatiable and Voodoo Box, and some of the groups he has performed with include the Violent Femmes, Ike Willis and Chunga's Revenge and Salt Lake Alternative Jazz Orchestra.

Dale has recorded on over 20 cds, composed for national television shows and some of his compositions have been on worldwide compilations.

Although a multi-instrumentalist, his primary instruments are tenor, alto and baritone saxophone and trumpet. He studied English and Music at the University of Utah.

As a teacher, Dale believes it is important for each student to have a balanced and thorough understanding of their instrument. Students will be taught tone development, technique, theory, improvisation, scales, chords, range extension, history and overall musicality. Dale will provide insight to both jazz and classical styles; however, if a style is preferred, he will specialize for that student. Music is an art. Art is the ability to create and recreate reality according to one's own volition. Music is a combination of intellect, emotion and physical prowess. Consequently, a studied and dedicated practice of these elements may lead to the highest form of creativity. As a teacher, Dale's job is to help each student reach whatever creative heights they desire.


Trumpet Cell: 385-299-1726
Home: 801-466-0138

Richard received his Bachelor of Music in Education from the University of Utah. He has taught trumpet professionally with Air Force Bands for 15 years. Richard also plays with The Orchestra at Temple Square, the Salt Lake Symphonic winds, and as a sub for the Utah Symphony and Wasatch Jazz Project.


Trombone/Euphonium/Tuba 801-503-5172richardmcmaster97@gmail.com

Craig Moore earned the Bachelor of Music Degree in trombone performance from the Elder Conservatorium (Australia), the Master of Music and Post-Masters Certificate in trombone performance from DePaul University.

Prior to moving to Salt Lake City, Craig performed with the Virginia and Richmond Symphonies, Adelaide and Queensland Symphonies in Australia, the Auckland Philharmonic in New Zealand, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's MusicNOW series. He was also a regular member of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago.

He has over ten years experience teaching students trombone, bass trombone, euphonium and tuba ranging in level from beginner to college.


Organ 801-364-0517