Sherry Rubins and Rob Falvo
Mind, Body, Spirit Workout
Health & Wellness Workshop
Thursday-Saturday 7:30 a.m.
Sherry Rubins is a senior lecturer at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Mrs. Rubins directs the Percussion and Steel Drum ensembles and teaches undergraduate and graduate percussion majors. Sherry is Principal Percussionist/Timpanist with the Mid Texas Symphony and Principal Percussionist with the San Antonio Opera. Recently, she also held the position of Acting Principal Timpanist and Acting Assistant Principal Timpanist/Percussionist with the San Antonio Symphony. She has taught at the Stephen F. Austin Percussion Symposium, the Interlochen Arts Camp, and Blue Lake Music Camp. Sherry has presented clinics and has performed at numerous Texas Music Educators and Texas Bandmasters Conventions as well as area Day of Percussion events. Sherry is an artist/educational clinician for Zildjian Cymbals, Remo Percussion, and the Vic Firth Company and is a member of the PAS Board of Directors.
Rob Falvo is Professor of Music and Director of the Percussion Department in the Hayes School of Music at Appalachian State University. He is an international performing and recording artist, appearing with the Erick Hawkins Dance Company, New Music Consort, Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, Masterworks Chorus and Orchestra, Manhattan Chamber Orchestra, Philidor Percussion Group, and North Carolina Symphony among others. He has recorded on Koch, Newport Classics, DMG, Equilibrium and 11 West Records (Smith Publications) labels. Rob received a B.M. from SUNY Fredonia and M.M. and D.M.A. degrees from the Manhattan School of Music. Since 1994, he has studied the Alexander Technique and in 2007, graduated from the Chesapeake Bay Alexander Studies – North Carolina Teacher Training Program, becoming a certified teaching member of Alexander Technique International. Since being certified, he has given numerous classes and workshops in North Carolina.
University of Texas at San Antonio