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Quartet Member Biographies
 
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Mia Hagarty : 1st Violin 

 Mia Hagarty began playing the violin at age three in Cedar Falls, Iowa. After achieving many awards in high school, she attended the University of Northern Iowa as a music education major. While there, she served as the concertmaster of the UNI Symphony Orchestra for four years, played in numerous ensembles, and traveled to New York City; St. Petersburg, Russia; and Vienna, Austria. After earning her music education degree, Mia, after teaching for 5 years with the UNI Suzuki School, taught Suzuki violin in New Haven, Connecticut at the Neighborhood Music School and the Bethwood Suzuki School. Before moving to Corpus Christi in 2008, Mia lived in Saint Paul, Minnesota, teaching Suzuki violin at the Saint Paul Conservatory of Music. Mia also enjoyed playing with the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra in Minneapolis, Minnesota for 3 years. Since moving to Corpus Christi, Mia has a thriving home studio and is the adjunct violin/viola instructor at Del Mar College. To learn more about Mia, please visit her website, www.miasviolin.com
Mia Hagarty
1st Violin

Mia Hagarty began playing the violin at age three in Cedar Falls, Iowa. After achieving many awards in high school, she attended the University of Northern Iowa as a music education major. While there, she served as the concertmaster of the UNI Symphony Orchestra for four years, played in numerous ensembles, and traveled to New York City; St. Petersburg, Russia; and Vienna, Austria. After earning her music education degree, Mia, after teaching for 5 years with the UNI Suzuki School, taught Suzuki violin in New Haven, Connecticut at the Neighborhood Music School and the Bethwood Suzuki School. Before moving to Corpus Christi in 2008, Mia lived in Saint Paul, Minnesota, teaching Suzuki violin at the Saint Paul Conservatory of Music. Mia also enjoyed playing with the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra in Minneapolis, Minnesota for 3 years. Since moving to Corpus Christi, Mia has a thriving home studio and is the adjunct violin/viola instructor at Del Mar College. To learn more about Mia, please visit her website, www.miasviolin.com
Oscar E Dodier
2nd Violin

Oscar Dodier began playing the violin over 20 years ago. After having studied at Del Mar College and Texas Tech University he settled back in Corpus Christi. He has played for the Corpus Christi Symphony as second violinist. He has also performed with The Lubbock Symphony, The Laredo Philharmonic, The Valley Symphony Orchestra, and the Kingsville Symphony. While Studying at Texas Tech he was assistant principle second violin. Oscar has been performing for many groups like: The Ballet Flokorico, Thistie Corpus Christi Chorale, The Del Mar Master Chorus, the Corpus Christi Chamber Orchestra as many others.
Oscar E Dodier : 2nd Violin

Oscar Dodier began playing the violin over 20 years ago. After having studied at Del Mar College and Texas Tech University he settled back in Corpus Christi. He has played for the Corpus Christi Symphony as second violinist. He has also performed with The Lubbock Symphony, The Laredo Philharmonic, The Valley Symphony Orchestra, and the Kingsville Symphony. While Studying at Texas Tech he was assistant principle second violin. Oscar has been performing for many groups like: The Ballet Flokorico, Thistie Corpus Christi Chorale, The Del Mar Master Chorus, the Corpus Christi Chamber Orchestra as many others.
Angel Dominguez : Viola (second from the right)

Angel has been playing the Viola for over fourteen years. He has performed with such groups as the regions orchestras of the Rio Grand Valley and San Antonio, The South Texas Youth Symphony, and The Youth Orchestra of San Antonio Philharmonic as assistant-principal. Since entering college, Angel joined The Texas A&M University Orchestra of Corpus Christi, The Lichtenstein Scholarship String Quartet, The Sparkling City String Quartet, The Adagio String Quartet, and The Kingsville Symphony Orchestra. He has also played with various rock and contemporary bands such as The Rubberband, Sun Salutation, Spectrum, and is currently playing with The Preview. Angel Dominguez holds his Bachelors of Business in Finance and his Bachelors of Music in Arts Degree with a minor in Psychology. Currently, Angel is the Orchestra Director at John Paul the Second Catholic High School, he teaches students privately, and he teaches after school violin classes for the Costal Bend School for the Arts.
Angel Dominguez
Viola (second from the right)

Angel has been playing the Viola for over fourteen years. He has performed with such groups as the regions orchestras of the Rio Grand Valley and San Antonio, The South Texas Youth Symphony, and The Youth Orchestra of San Antonio Philharmonic as assistant-principal. Since entering college, Angel joined The Texas A&M University Orchestra of Corpus Christi, The Lichtenstein Scholarship String Quartet, The Sparkling City String Quartet, The Adagio String Quartet, and The Kingsville Symphony Orchestra. He has also played with various rock and contemporary bands such as The Rubberband, Sun Salutation, Spectrum, and is currently playing with The Preview. Angel Dominguez holds his Bachelors of Business in Finance and his Bachelors of Music in Arts Degree with a minor in Psychology. Currently, Angel is the Orchestra Director at John Paul the Second Catholic High School, he teaches students privately, and he teaches after school violin classes for the Costal Bend School for the Arts.
Robyn Brown
Cello (far right)
Robyn Brown : Cello (far right)
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