Instrumental Music Staff
Mr. Jordan Lewis serves as the Director of Instrumental Music at Chaminade College Preparatory High School. Previously, Mr. Lewis has held the positions of percussion instructor and assistant director at numerous schools including Simi Valley High School, Agoura High School, Santa Susana High School, Oaks Christian School, Mesa Verde Middle School, and Isbell Middle School. He has also served as instructor for the Northern Arizona University (NAU) Marching Band, NAU Pep Band, and NAU Percussion Ensemble and Panorama Steel Drum Band.
Mr. Lewis has performed with such ensembles as the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra, Flagstaff Master Chorale, Los Angeles Symphonic Winds, San Fernando Valley Symphony, and Westlake Village Symphony. He is co-founder and past-curator of the Interference Series, a new music concert sequence presenting venues for experimental and avant-garde music, and advocates for contemporary performance practice. Mr. Lewis is a member of Percussive Arts Society, SCSBOA, and CBDA. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Performance and a Master of Music degree from Northern Arizona University and is currently working on his teaching credential at California State University Northridge.
Tayler Hardie was 2018 member of Fantasia World Guard and soloist and obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Dance from San Diego State University and is former Coach with Madison and Chula Vista high schools. Tayler's 12 years in color guard also include 4 years with San Diego State Aztec guard (2 years as Captain); and 4 years as a member of El Camino Real Dance Guard (2 years as Captain).
Andy Greenberg is in his second year as percussion instructor at Chaminade College Preparatory High School. He is also the percussion instructor at the middle school campus. Currently, Mr. Greenberg is working on his music degree at Pasadena City College.
Alex attended the music program at California State University, Long Beach where he completed a bachelors of music with an emphasis in music composition in 2007. He spent his undergraduate time immersed in saxophone performance, jazz studies, music theory and the practical application of a music education.
He has been active in music education for a decade, maintaining a private studio of young woodwind students and coaching throughout Southern California. He previously served as woodwind instructor for schools in the Irvine and Long Beach Unified School Districts and now works for Mesa Verde Middle School in Moorpark, CA and Calabasas High School in Calabasas, CA.
Matt resides in Southern California where he has worked as an educator and designer for over 17 years. Throughout his career he has instructed a number of academic and independent programs in both movement and music including The Academy Drum & Bugle Corps, The Oregon Crusaders Drum & Bugle Corps, Nogales High School, Upland High School, BOA Grand National Finalist Ayala High School, and the internationally recognized Riverside Community College Marching Tigers. In addition to his stateside endeavors, he has also worked extensively in Japan as a staff member for such groups as Hamasho High School, Ohtani High School, Yamato Drum and Bugle Corps, and Yokohama Scouts, and as a performer for the theatre production “Collab,” which premiered in Osaka. As a drill designer, Matt has written for numerous programs in Southern California including Etiwanda High School and Damien High School. Not happy to just write the dots, Matt is also an active band choreographer, production designer, and consultant.