Rebecca Morgan was born in Austin and raised in San Antonio. From a young age she knew that she was going to “teach people how to sing” and this has been her life’s passion and work. She holds a Bachelor of Music Education from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ and a Master of Music Education from Texas State University. She taught in NEISD for 8 years and currently teaches at The Montessori School of San Antonio. She has presented at TMEA, TCDA, and school districts throughout Texas. She has studied at the Kodály Institute in Hungary and currently serves on the state board of the Kodály Educators of Texas. She has 20 years of experience working with The Children’s Chorus of San Antonio as the program director and associate director of different choirs ranging from 7 year-olds through high school. She has brought choral music experiences to children across San Antonio and is excited to continue her work bringing people together in song.
Debby is originally from North Alabama, and her earliest music memories are singing and playing the piano in her church. At age 7, her parents gifted her with a piano and piano lessons, and this began her life-long love of music. A graduate of the University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT, she has over 40 years of experience as a collaborative pianist for choirs and solo musicians of all ages. She is a sought-after accompanist for middle school and high school choral and band programs in the Boerne and San Antonio area, and frequently accompanies TMEA choirs. She is a past accompanist for the Children’s Chorus of San Antonio. Since 2015, Debby has been a staff accompanist at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, where she plays for the Coro Santa Maria Concert Choir, Opera Workshop, and the Woodwind Studio. Currently, Debby is the organist and pianist at St. Mark Presbyterian Church in Boerne. She sings soprano in the San Antonio Symphony Mastersingers Chorus and enjoys teaching private piano lessons.
Dr. Joseph Mace
Dr. Joseph Mace enjoys a diverse career in the arts that includes non-profit consulting, performance and arts-education.
Joseph holds a Doctor of Music degree from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music and a Master of Music Degree from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. He attended Tulane University for undergraduate studies in Music Performance and French. He is an active member of Actors Equity Association and the American Guild of Musical Artists. In addition to serving with Omnia Youth Chorale, Joseph is the Board President of Amity Trio.
Chief Technology Officer
Matt Woodward has been teaching music since 2004, and teaching choir at MacArthur HS since 2007. He graduated from high school in 2000 from the International School of the Americas, and completed a Bachelor of Music Education degree at Loyola University New Orleans in 2004. During that time, he sang opera, barbershop, and gospel.
While at MacArthur HS, his students have earned placement in the Texas All State Choir, and numerous Superior ratings at Solo & Ensemble contest and Concert & Sightreading contest. His a cappella group, PFC, won the National Championship in 2011, and has continued to be ranked in the top 10 groups in the United States. His a cappella arrangements have been performed and recorded by high school and professional groups. In 2019, PFC produced a music video to the song High Hopes that was shared by the original artist, Panic! at the Disco. It has over 100k views on YouTube, and 125K views on Facebook.
Matt is a Level 2 Google Certified Educator, and an Apple Certified Educator. He is also a Google IT Support Professional, and IBM Red Hat Cloud Administration Certified.
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Katy Zuniga is a native of San Antonio and graduated from Karen Wagner High School. She is a self proclaimed “choir kid” who never stopped doing what she loves. She holds a Bachelor of Music in Music Education and a Master of Arts in Teaching from Trinity University. Katy started teaching choir in 2015. While working at Spring Branch Middle School in Comal ISD, Katy earned a Master of Education in Leadership and Policy Studies from The University of Texas at San Antonio in 2018. After teaching at Highlands High School in San Antonio ISD, Katy moved to Schertz Cibolo Universal City ISD in 2019 where she currently teaches choir at Wilder Intermediate School. In her free time, she works as a bookkeeper for Zuniga Tax & Accounting. She is a certified Microsoft Office Specialist and excels in formatting and organizing data.
Michael Zuniga, baritone, originates from San Antonio, TX. After receiving his education from both Texas Tech University and the University of Texas at San Antonio, he began teaching in the classroom - working with schools in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. As a solo performer, he has sung with the San Antonio Chamber Choir, IlluMen, Texas Bach Choir, San Antonio Symphony Mastersingers, and Texas Mid-Symphony Orchestra. He has also performed with local San Antonio opera companies - the San Antonio Opera and the Alamo City Opera, as well as with Baroque festivals - the Alamo City Baroque Festival, the Austin Bach Festival, and Victoria Bach Festival.
Presently, Michael serves as a Bass Staff Singer/Soloist at St. Mark's Episcopal Church in San Antonio, TX and maintains a music studio that he founded in 2005 called the Sinfonia |Voice Piano| Studio. He is also active as a Certified Notary Signing Agent. When not working or performing, he enjoys spending time with his family - consisting of his beautiful wife, Katy, and their pets - Sir Lancelot, Queen Guinevere, Laverne, and Lucy. @MichaelGZuniga