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Tiffani Reynolds

William B. Travis High School
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Tiffani Reynolds joined the staff at William B. Travis High School in August of 2014. She is a well-rounded percussion specialist, knowledgeable in marching percussion and is equally well versed in concert percussion techniques. Ms. Reynolds is an active performer and has presented concerts in the United States, throughout Europe, as well as Puerto Rico. In 2011 she appeared as a featured concerto soloist with the National Symphony of Panama.

Ms. Reynolds has been teaching percussion for seven years and has educated percussionists at Dolly Vogel Intermediate School and Brazosport High School. In 2012, the Dolly Vogel Intermediate Percussion Section won first place in the beginner category at the Oak Ridge High School Percussion Ensemble Competition. In 2011, the Brazosport Exporter Marching Band Percussion Section won the 4A Foster Drumline Competition and the Best Front Ensemble caption. 

Previously, Ms. Reynolds was an Associate Band Director at Stelle Claughton Middle School in Spring ISD from 2006-2009. She experienced success at UIL events teaching both the 2nd and 3rd concerts bands. Her percussion ensembles won the Oak Ridge High School Percussion Ensemble Competition 3 consecutive years. 

Ms. Reynolds studied music education with Matthew McInturf at Sam Houston State University and graduated in 2006 with a Bachelor's in Music Education. In 2011, after returning to Sam Houston State University as a full-time Graduate Assistant, she completed a Master’s Degree in Percussion Performance. Her former teachers include Dr. John Lane (Director of Percussion Studies at Sam Houston State University), Chris Deviney (Principal Percussionist of the Philadelphia Orchestra), Alec Warren (Theater Under The Stars), Chris Riggs (New World Symphony Orchestra), Tim Maynard, Jeff Gleason, John Best and Dr. Rod Cannon (Former Chair, Retired, Sam Houston State University).

Ms. Reynolds is in demand as a percussion educator and has presented masterclasses to university percussion studios and band directors on both the selection and development of beginner percussion students. She also holds a Master's of Education degree in Educational Administration from Lamar University.