Meet Our Staff
Roger has been involved in church music ministry and music education since 1972. He has a BA in Practical Christian Training and an MA in Sacred Music with a proficiency in conducting. Being a certified piano technician, Roger has over 30 years experience tuning and repairing pianos for individual owners as well as churches, educational institutions and concert halls. Roger and his wife, Joy, co-founded Just N Tune music in 2012 and are honored to offer music services for residents of west Kentucky and middle Tennessee.
Before moving to Clarksville in August of 2021, Mike served in churches in Michigan, Ohio, and Florida helping students of all ages with their music skills. He has twenty-seven years of experience teaching private lessons as well as directing bands, orchestras, choirs, and clinics in various parts of the country. He has a bachelor’s degree in Music Education and a master’s degree in Biblical Studies. He has been involved in some professional playing and recently published his first CD with solo trumpet and orchestra. He currently holds the position of Music/Media Pastor at Bible Baptist Church in Clarksville where he directs the choir, special music, and all aspects of the music and media ministry. His desire is to see the next generation develop their abilities so they can use them in whatever capacity they find themselves in the future.
Caitie Wollett, a gifted mezzo-soprano, is an experienced voice teacher, piano teacher, administrative assistant and vocal performer. She graduated with her BA in Vocal Performance from Bethel University in 2016 and her MA in Vocal Performance from Austin Peay State University in 2020. She taught courses including Applied Voice, Class Piano, Music Appreciation and Vocal Diction at Austin Peay State University (2018-2020), Tennessee State University (2020-2021) and Cumberland University (2020-2022). In addition to her work at Just-N-Tune, she currently teaches Applied Voice at Trevecca University and performs professionally in the middle Tennessee area for Nashville Opera, Nashville Symphony Chorus and Gateway Chamber Chorus. She is excited to use her previous experiences to help students grow in singing and piano playing in the Clarksville area.
Adam Wilkerson is a multi-instrumentalist from Choctaw, Oklahoma. With an undergraduate degree in music education from the University of Central Oklahoma and a master's degree in instrumental performance from the University of North Texas, he has an extensive history not only in performing, but in pedagogy as well. During his master's degree, he taught full-time with over 60 students on tuba and euphonium. After graduating with his master's, he became a tuba player and a media specialist with the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) band at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. With over a decade of experience with music technology, he is also capable of teaching a broad range of skills in music technology including DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) utilization, recording practices, and mixing and mastering techniques.
Rose Sullivan is a mezzo-soprano and keyboardist whose passions lie in operatic and sacred music. She is currently a master's student at Austin Peay State University studying vocal performance and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Vocal Performance from the University of Saint Thomas in Houston, TX where she also studied organ.
Sandra Cepero Alvarez, originally from Cuba, began her musical studies at 6 years old with piano. She earned her undergraduate degree in orchestral conducting from the University of Arts in Havana, Cuba and won a scholarship for postgraduate work in Zaragoza. Spain. She has participated in masterclasses from great conductors around the world. She has conducted in Czech Republic, Spain, Cuba, México, Germany, United States, Uruguay, Argentina, and Venezuela. Sandra was principal conductor of the youth orchestra in Puebla for 8 years. She was also principal professor of orchestral conducting at the University of Puebla.
Having received and won multiple scholarships and competitions in the past 4 years, she is currently conducting in the Fellowship of Georgia Symphony Orchestra. She is also assistant conductor of Austin Peay State University (Clarksville, TN) symphony orchestra and opera theater.
Lisa began formal violin instruction at 10 years old, though as a three year old, she used crayons to “play” violin. Lisa has studied violin at the Jackson Community Music School in Jackson, MI and holds a music degree from Baptist College of Ministry in Menominee Falls, WI. Lisa completed a Viola/Violin Teacher’s Retreat course at Indiana University. As a member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas she has registered teacher training for Violin Units 1 and 2. Her desire is to teach students of all ages to enjoy the wonder of music for their own.
Zenas Alexander is currently the Orchestra Director at West Creek High School, Clarksville’s only Orchestra program. A graduate of Tennessee Technical University under the direction of Dan Allcott and Wei Tsun Chang, he was a founder teacher of the Suzuki String
Project consortium. Ever an advocate for string music in the community, Zenas serves as a private teacher in Clarksville as well as a Director for the Clarksville Youth Orchestra.
Jan Zalud was born in 1982 in Czech Republic, where he began in his musical studies with his musician parents, playing cello and piano at a very early age. He studied at the Conservatory of Pardubice, then graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts and Music in Prague. Later he studied at the Conservatory of Madrid and at the International Institute of Chamber Music Reina Sofia in Madrid, where he received a scholarship from the Albeniz Foundation.
Along with many masterclass participations, Jan has performed with orchestras in the Czech Republic, Poland, Germany, Holland, Great Britain, Austria, Spain, France, China, Arab Emirates, Cuba, Brazil, and Mexico.
Jan has made recordings of several major cello works, and continues to be involved in music cycles and festivals. In his spare time, he devotes himself to composition and arranging for various musical groups.