Chris Winston received his degree in piano from the University of North Texas. While at the university, he studied under Dr. Jack Roberts, past director of keyboard studies and Dr. Pamela Paul, current director of keyboard studies at UNT. While still an undergraduate student, Chris was offered a teaching fellowship which lasted 2 years into graduate school. In addition to studies as a piano major, Chris also studied jazz improvisation, composition and arranging. After graduation, Chris began performing and arranging, eventually working as the arranger for WoW Productions, arranging, scoring and producing music for the Warner Bros. Theme Parks. Following that, Chris was in charge of MIDI production for ISong (a Hal Leonard company) and produced over 15 interactive CD titles. Currently, Chris is the owner of Winston Music Production, a music production company with many jingles and music beds in production or being broadcast nationally including placements in the movie Fun Size and TV shows Madam Secretary, Barnwood Builders, and Real Wives, among others. He served as organist and Director of Music Ministry for Lamb of God Lutheran Church for 18 years. Chris is in demand as a soloist and accompanist, and is comfortable performing with ensembles ranging from Classical to Jazz, Country to R&B, Blues and Rock. Chris' published works include "Quatre Voyages" for Saxophone and Piano (Reed Music) and "Benedictions" for a capella choir (Concordia Publishing House)
Rebecca Winston received her Masters Degree in Vocal Performance from the University of North Texas where she first began teaching as a Teaching Fellow. She has performed roles with the Fort Worth Opera in their productions of Carmen, Susannah, Madame Butterfly, Hansel and Gretel, and Aida. Rebecca is a frequent soloist with The Orchestra of New Spain and recently traveled to San Miguel and Guanajuato Mexico to perform at the International Cervantino Festival with the group. She has also appeared as a soloist with many other orchestras and chamber groups including the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, The Brazos Valley Orchestra, The Florida Orchestra, The Lewisville Lake Symphony, American Chamber Choir, Voces Intimae, Camerata Winds, and the Flower Mound Chamber Orchestra. She has also been the recipient of awards from such competitions as The Stewart Awards, the Sorantin Competition, the McCammon Voice Competition, and the Shreveport Opera Singer of the Year Awards. Rebecca has taught private voice lessons for 22 years including 11 years at the University of Texas at Arlington, and served as Director of Choral Activities for Lamb of God Lutheran Church in Flower Mound for 18 years.