Dr. Joachim Reinhuber serves as Associate Professor of Piano at Texas A&M University, Kingsville, and is in high demand as solo and collaborative performer, clinician, and adjudicator in the US and his native Germany. His first teacher, Franz Calvelli-Adorno, was his grandfather. He studied with Gisela Sott (Frankfurt), Robert Levin (University of Music, Freiburg), John Perry (Rice University, Houston TX), and Nancy Garrett (University of Texas at Austin). Recent performances include Brahms’ and Beethoven’s first piano concertos, the Schumann concerto, Bach’s concerto in D minor, the Stravinsky concerto for piano and winds, and Gershwin’s Rhapsody in blue with the TAMUK Wind Symphony. In 2012 and 2014 he was the pianist for the Texas Music Educators Association’s All-State Men’s Choir. Between 2013 and 2015 he toured extensively throughout Texas and the United States, with a residency at the Keyboard Arts Festival in Pueblo, CO, and over 50 solo performances at, among others, the University of Texas at Austin, Texas A&M International University, Bowling Green State University, Youngstown State University, Malone University, Baylor University, and the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. As a collaborator, he has worked with Marianne Gedigian, former principal flutist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the baritones Ronald Ulen and David Small, and the pianists Caroline Oltmanns, Zahari Metchkov, and Johan Botes. He has served as an adjudicator at the Sorentin International Competition in San Angelo, TX, the Laredo International Piano Competition, and the State Concerto Competition of the Texas Music Teachers‘ Association in Huntsville, TX.