Ty Myers has roots in Pennsylvania. He grew up in Kingston, PA and attended Wyoming Seminary while studying music at the summer Wilkes University preparatory program. He has received degrees from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and the University of Oklahoma. His teachers include Felicia Moye, Pinchas Zukerman, the Emerson String Quartet, Lucie Robert, and Brian Lewis.
Meryl Geib, cellist and pedagogue, has maintained an active and varied career as a musician in central Oklahoma since 2009. She earned her Bachelors of Music degree with distinction from the School of Music at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with previous studies at the University of Texas-Arlington and the University of Central Oklahoma. Her primary teachers include Dr. Tess Remy-Schumacher, Dr. Karen Becker, and Dr. Elizabeth Morrow. She studied chamber music with Dr. Scott Conklin and members of the Chiara Quartet.
Dr. Michael Geib, double bassist, composer, and pedagogue, joined the faculty at the University of Central Oklahoma School of Music in 2010. He has also taught at Florida State University, Oklahoma Christian University, Edmond North High School, and the Quartz Mountain Music Festival. He is committed to teaching bassists to be versed in all types of music, with his doctoral treatise focusing on teaching improvisation to orchestral double bass players. His principal teachers have included Melanie Punter, Rodney Jordan, Ian Bracchitta, and Delbert Felix.
Stephanie Lemoine, cellist, enjoys a diverse performing career. Her orchestral experience includes performing as Principal Cellist of the Fort Smith Symphony, Enid Symphony, Painted Sky Opera, and the Oklahoma Baptist University Festival Orchestra. She has also performed as member of the Oklahoma City Philharmonic, the Norman Philharmonic, the St Joseph Symphony in Missouri, and continuo in the Bach’s Lunch Series in Kansas City, Missouri. Stephanie has also had the pleasure of soloing with the Fort Smith Symphony performing cello works by Tan Dun and F. J. Haydn. She is frequently sought after for her chamber music collaboration, including with music faculty at Wichita State University, The Salisbury Chamber Music Society of Des Moines, and with noted violinist Yuval Waldman. Stephanie has been on the faculty at Oklahoma Baptist University, Central College, and Oklahoma Christian University. Also a music contractor, she hires for and performs with traveling musicians such as Michael Buble, Kristin Chenoweth, and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.
Stephanie grew up in Louisiana and Oklahoma and received degrees from the Kansas City Conservatory of Music and University of Oklahoma. She has studied with Carter Enyeart, Gregory Sauer, Timothy Eddy, Colin Carr, Zara Nelsova, and the Emerson String Quartet.