Lisa Burden is the assistant director of bands for Tullahoma City Schools. Along with the amazing opportunity to perform with the Music City Brass Ensemble, she plays horn in the Tennessee Valley Winds and is the solo tenor horn for the Southern Stars Symphonic Brass.
Megan Cargin is a 2018 graduate of Belmont University where she received her master’s degree in Music Performance. Prior to moving to Nashville, she received her bachelor’s degree in Music Performance from Mercer University in Macon, Georgia where she met her husband and fellow Music City Brass Ensemble member, Ryan Lambright. Megan is also a member of the Brass Band of Nashville and the Hendersonville First Baptist Church Orchestra, and she has enjoyed recent performances with the W.O. Smith Community Orchestra as well as various musical theatre productions with the Hendersonville Performing Arts Company.
John is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University (where he met his lovely wife Audrey) with a Bachelor's degree in Music Industry. He studied horn under the instruction of Angela DeBoer and played in numerous ensembles at the University. In 2016, he performed under the direction of composer/producer Ryan Truesdell as a part of the Gil Evans project. John works with Naxos of America in Franklin, TN, selling the Naxos Music Library classical streaming database.
Greg Snyder is an adjunct professor at Belmont University, director of the Nashville Youth Wind Ensemble, and part-time Antioch High School band director. He taught 35 years in Ohio, and is director emeritus at Lakota West High School. His bands performed at the Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic on three occasions, at the Tournament of Roses Parade and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. He is an elected member of the prestigious American Bandmasters Association. For more information, go to GregSnyderBand.com.
Glen Trew has been playing French horn since 1966. A Nashville native, he played for four years in the Nashville Youth Orchestra, then professionally through the 1970s, including with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra. Trew was a horn major at the music school at Peabody College in Nashville before shifting to a 40+ year career in television and film as a production sound mixer. He is now president of TrewAudio, with offices in Nashville, Toronto, Vancouver, Los Angeles, and Atlanta, and very happy to be playing, once again, with the Music City Brass Ensemble.