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Caleb Esmond

Instruments:

Piano

Achievements:

D.M.A. Piano Performance (candidate), M.M. Piano Performance and Pedagogy, Utah State University, B.M. Piano Performance, Mercer University

Status:

Accepting Students

A highly sought-after pianist and educator, Caleb Esmond, joins Lone Star Music Academy while pursuing a Doctorate of Musical Arts at UNT.

He recently completed his Master’s of Music in Piano Performance and Pedagogy at Utah State University where he taught undergraduate theory and piano classes, undergraduate applied lessons, and Youth Conservatory students. Currently, he is a Teaching Fellow at UNT where he teaches piano classes and applied piano lessons.

In 2023, he competed as one of the six finalists in the 2nd Betty Dickinson Piano Competition at the Texas State International Piano Festival. Passionate about music education, Caleb performed in the Gina Bachauer Foundation Music in Our Schools outreach program while in Utah.

While studying at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia for his B.M. in Piano Performance, Caleb was awarded first place in the Georgia Music Teachers Association Upper College Concerto Competition and placed first in both the 2019 and 2020 GMTA Piano Auditions. Upon graduating from Mercer, Caleb was awarded for Academic and Performance Excellence. Caleb enjoys improvisation and is a prize-winning composer (UMTA and MTNA). He was the pianist for jazz combos at Mercer and USU, and in 2019 he released Hymn Contemplations which includes improvisations on some of his favorite hymns.

Caleb is currently the artistic director for the Community Concert Series hosted by Metrocrest Presbyterian Church.

In his free time, Caleb enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, playing chess, and listening to the recently discovered composer, P.D.Q. Bach. He is so excited to meet new students at LSMA and foster the love and joy of music.

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