daniel fletcher Daniel is a retired University of Memphis Professor Emeritus now residing in Phoenix, AZ. He was a member of the university piano faculty for 34 years, during which time he performed countless concerts and mentored student pianists from all over the world. His performances included appearances with orchestras large and small, including the Atlanta and Memphis Symphony Orchestras. He was awarded the coveted Performer’s Certificate from Indiana University during graduate studies in 1964 with the legendary Sidney Foster. In 1984, Mr. Fletcher won First Prize in the Young Keyboard Artist’s Association International competition as the oldest competitor. He was awarded Master Teacher status by the Music Teachers’ National Association in 1987 as a result of his success as a teacher and performer. ACHIEVEMENTS Performer’s Certificate, 1964, Indiana University Doctoral Studies, Piano Performance, 
1964-1968, Indiana University M.M., Piano Performance, 1964, Indiana University B.M., Piano Performance, 1962, Stetson University Professor Emeritus, University of Memphis, 1968-2002 Master Teacher Certification, 1987, 
Music Teachers National Association Teacher of the Year, 1987, Tennessee Chapter 
of Music Teachers National Association First Prize, 1984, Young Keyboard 
Artist International Piano Competition Numerous solo, chamber, and orchestral 
performances throughout career Judge for many piano festivals and competitions, most notably, MTNA National Competition, 1990, and Bösendorfer and Schimmel USASU International Piano Competitions, 2006-2007
catherine scarbrough fletcher Catherine holds a master’s degree in piano performance and has won several regional and national prizes in piano competitions. While performing and serving on a college faculty, her life’s direction took a turn into arts administration. She formerly served as director of community schools in Memphis, TN, from 1989-2004, where she had much success in building arts programs for kids, teens and adults at Rhodes College and the University of Memphis. Catherine was asked by Arizona State University in 2004 to 
build a community school from the ground up, offering non-credit lessons and classes in design and the arts. The Herberger Institute Community School for Design and the Arts offered non-credit classes and lessons from 2005-2010 and served over 2,000 students annually. Catherine’s passion is teaching music to kids of all ages. After retiring from ASU, she went to work building a studio of lovely children and families that are learning, creating, and having fun! ACHIEVEMENTS M.A., Piano Performance, Middle Tennessee State University B.Mus., Piano Pedagogy, Lambuth University Founding Executive Director, Bösendorfer and Schimmel 
USASU International Piano Competitions, 2006-2007 First Prize, National Masters Piano 
Competition, University of Memphis, 1985 Judge for many piano festivals and competitions across 
the Southeast, as well as Arizona, 1984-present Many student competition winners in 
local to international piano competitions