Josué J. Mora is a multi-woodwind instrumentalist and educator in the San Antonio area. As a performer, Josué has performed in various orchestras, wind ensembles, chamber ensembles, and musical theater productions in multiple woodwind instruments. In 2015, Josué and the Melos Saxophone Quartet, from Indiana University, were National Finalists at the Music Teachers National Association Wind Chamber competition in Las Vegas, NV.
As an educator, Josué is the founder of JM Woodwinds and currently provides services to multiple schools in Northside ISD and Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD. Prior to founding JM Woodwinds, Josué served San Marcos CISD as an assistant band director at Doris Miller Middle School.
Josué holds a Masters of Music in Multiple Woodwinds from Indiana University and a Bachelors of Music in Music Studies from Texas State University. Principal professors include Howard Klug (clarinet), Stephen Girko (clarinet), Otis Murphy (saxophone), Thomas Walsh (saxophone), Todd Oxford (saxophone), William Ludwig (bassoon), and Daris Hale (bassoon).
Sabrina Stovall, a native of Germany, coming to the United Stated in the 1990’s when her family relocated to Texas.
Mrs. Stovall has enjoyed a diverse career of performing and teaching. She holds teaching positions at Schreiner University, Our Lady of the Lake University, Northwest Vista College, as well as a private studio. She holds the Associate Bassoon position with Symphony of the Hills and is a co-founder and executive director of the “dynamic” chamber ensemble Adelante Winds. Other performance engagements have included the Aspen Music Festival, Imani Winds Chamber Music Festival, Fresh Inc. Music Festival, Round Rock Symphony, Brazos Valley Symphony, Orquesta Sinfónica de la UANL (Monterrey Symphony Orchestra) in Monterrey Mexico, Texas Chamber Winds, and White House holiday season tours.
Mrs. Stovall holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Texas State University and a Master of Music degree from The Ohio State University. Notable teachers have included Daris Hale, Karen Pierson, Nancy Goeres, Per Hannevold, and Monica Ellis.
Mrs. Stovall is married to one of her childhood friends who she met in sixth grade beginning band. They have two children together. In her spare time Mrs. Stovall enjoys riding horses.