Co-Founder and CMCH Managing Director
A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, He has over 30 years of non-profit organization experience with Urban League, Presenting the Arts and the Community Music Center of Houston. He has extensive training in Arts Administration, fund raising and Grant writing and acquisition.
Ron is also a vocalist who has performed professionaly with the Rhapsody Jazz Vocal Ensemble and in various CMCH productions. Ron’s musical focus is humor in the black musical tradition.
Dr. Anne Lundy
CMCH Music Director, Conductor, Violinist, Educator and Ethno-musicologist
Houstonian Dr. Anne Lundy began her musical studies on the violin. She received a Bachelor of music education in 1977 from the University of Texas at Austin, and a Master of Music in Conducting from the University of Houston in 1979. Dr. Lundy received her Doctor of Musical Arts from University of Houston’s Moores School of Music in 2015.
She has lectured extensively throughout the United States. In addition, Dr. Lundy has published articles on finding and performing music written by African American composers. In 1989, she is said to be the first African-American woman to conduct the Houston Symphony at Miller Outdoor Theater in Houston, TX.
She founded and conducts the CMCH Scott Joplin Chamber Orchestra, the William Grant Still String Quartet, and teaches violin and viola.
Previously, Dana served three years as CMCH’s administrative assistant. She has also served fourteen years as a parent volunteer.
Assistant to the Managing Director
Dr. Anne Lundy
Instructor- Violin, Viola
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