Born in Houston, TX to a French mother and an Ecuadorian father, Fernand Vera is an active performer, event organizer, educator, author, and arranger.
She is faculty at Collin College in Plano, TX, where she teaches guitar, composition, music theory, and music history.
Brilliantly weaving together the sounds of Cossack rural and religious tradition with those of anger, civil disturbance, people’s desperation and the destruction of innocence, this Chaconne-sized piece releases encroaching patterns of chaos which proceed to overwhelm its own underlying structures.
She maintains a busy concert and masterclass schedule with Kithara Duo.
Olga strives to expand the guitar repertoire through arrangements and new compositions.
In July 2013 Nathaniel was a top finalist in the Taxco, Mexico International Guitar Competition. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in classical guitar performance at The University of North Texas and completed a Master of Music degree at Southern Methodist University.
Eddie performs regularly in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. He traveled to Spain in 2008 for a series of concerts and twice to Mexico in 2009 to perform at the 19th Annual International Guitar Festival of Morelia and the 4th Festival Internacional de Guitarra Ramón Noble.
Raised in the small town of Hillsboro, Texas, Nathaniel Earhart first experienced music hands on at age 5, through classical piano lesson.
After six years he quit his formal piano training to pursue the guitar.
He has appeared on national television and radio programs in Hidalgo, Mexico.