MEET OUR STAFF
Assistant Band Director - Antoinette IIias
Bio Coming Soon
Brass/Visual Technician - Oscar Gonzalez
Known for his love and passion for the tuba, Oscar is the newest addition to the Chamberlain Band of the Mighty Chiefs as the brass technician.
Oscar is a graduate of Gaither High School and is attending The University Of Tampa to study Music Education and minor in Business. Oscar has field experience in a hefty supply of musical mediums - marching band, jazz band and wind ensemble. His most recent performances with Gaither's Jazz Band and Wind Ensemble received the highest possible marks at state MPA.
As an active musician in the Tampa area, Oscar has been a part of the All-County Honor Band for the past three years, earning second chair for two years and first chair most recently, he's participated in Festival of Winds and Bay Winds for all four years and received multiple high marks at District 7 Solo & Ensemble.
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Percussion Technician - Daniel Melendez
Daniel earned his Bachelor of Music degree from the University of North Florida's Music Flagship Program under the direction of Charlotte Mabrey. While attending, Daniel was a member of the UNF Wind Symphony, Concert Band, Chorale, Chamber Singers, and Percussion Ensemble. In addition, Daniel participated in the 2013 Leigh Howard Stevens Summer Marimba Seminar featuring lectures, master classes, and concerts from world renowned marimbists such as Leigh Howard Stevens, Michael Burritt, Bob Becker, Gordon Stout, and Kevin Bobo.
Professionally, Daniel pursues a career as a private music educator, composer, and music arranger. Daniel’s musical arrangements have been featured in Allen D. Nease High School’s 2012-2015 marching band shows, indoor percussion's 2013-2015 shows, and J.P. Taravella High School’s 2015-2016 marching band shows.
In 2016, Daniel’s started Dexterity Music, LLC expanding his private lesson studio servicing middle and high school band programs in the Hillsborough County area.
Daniel is currently the percussion caption head, front ensemble coordinator, and percussion arranger at Chamberlain High School.
Guard Sponsor - Benjamin Siwiecki
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