Guest Conductor, Tuba Soloist
Jose Segovia served 30 years in the field of education prior to retiring in 2011. Since then, Jose has taught private lessons to students for the past six years. Jose is a graduate of the University of Texas at San Antonio with a Degree in Music Education, and also his graduate degree in Education Leadership.
He has performed in numerous musicals, both at San Antonio Play House, Fort Sam Houston Playhouse, and at The Uvalde Play House. He has performed in musicals such as “My Fair Lady”, “The Music Man”, “The Sound of Music”, “Carousel”, “Finian’s Rainbow”, “The King and I”, “The Man from La Mancha”, “1776”, and “Jesus Christ Superstar”.
Jose began his studies with Mr. Ellen Wood, who convinced a reluctant student at the time to perform solo literature. Other teachers were Wade K. Wilson (UTA), Cecil Morris (UTA), Earl Hoffman (San Antonio Symphony,) and Michael Sanders (San Antonio Symphony.)
Currently, Jose maintains a music studio at Southside ISD and also teaches private students from Seguin, Texas. Mr. Segovia enjoys performing in groups with a wide variety of genres including liturgical to modern and even German dance band music! A member of the Heart of Texas Community Band, Helotes Community Band, Beethoven Concert Band, Beethoven German Dance Band, Bexar Brass Band, County Line Community Band, Incarnate Word Brass Quintet, and Alamo Pops Concert Band. Mr. Segovia is married to Jo Segovia, a Special Education Teacher at Northside ISD. They have two sons, John and Joseph who share the love of music.
Jose is a member of the Heart of Texas Concert Band, the Helotes Community Band, the Beethoven Concert Band, the Beethoven German Dance Band, the Bexar Brass Band, the County Line Community Band, the Incarnate Word Brass Quintet, and the Alamo Pops Concert Band. Mr. Segovia is married to Jo Segovia, a Special Education Teacher at Northside ISD. They have two sons, John and Joseph who share the love of music.