Becky Tobin is the Executive Director of the Houston Chamber Choir. Over the past ten years, Ms. Tobin has built a strong career in arts management developing a reputation for efficient administration and creative artistic planning. During that time, she has occupied various positions with orchestras across the country. For example, Ms. Tobin served as an administrative intern for the Tampa Bay Youth Orchestras and was awarded the prestigious operations internship with the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC. Following these appointments, she was the Operations and Touring Manager for the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra and was most recently the Director of Artistic Operations for the Tucson Symphony Orchestra. While in those positions, Ms. Tobin built strong community relationships throughout South Dakota and played a critical role in advancing the Tucson Symphony Orchestra’s mission during difficult economic times.
Ms. Tobin is an active member of Chorus America and the League of American Orchestras. She received her B.M. degree in Music Performance from the University of South Florida and her M.B.A. from the University of Arizona.
Marketing & Communications Manager
George Heathco is the Marketing and Communications Manager for the Houston Chamber Choir. George received a B.M. in music business and an M.M. in composition from the University of Houston. He has taught guitar and music theory privately in the Houston area for over a decade, regularly served as a faculty member of American Festival for the Arts, has taught numerous classes at the University of Houston and Lonestar College, and is a contributing writer for the contemporary music web magazine I Care If You Listen. He is also the Co-Artistic Director and guitarist for Liminal Space Contemporary Music Ensemble, a Houston-based ensemble founded by George and percussionist Luke Hubley.
George has composed music for Da Camera of Houston, Divergence Vocal Theater, HGOco, Ornery Theatre, Scordatura Music Society, The University of Houston’s AURA Contemporary Ensemble, The Moores School of Music Jazz Orchestra, ReGifting Lions, and contributed string arrangements for singer/songwriter Chris Telfer’s MATTOO E.P.. His music has also been programmed by Musiqa, SOLI Chamber Ensemble, and Forecast Music. He was a member of the 2010-2011 Da Camera of Houston Young Artist Program, and in 2011 was the graduate division winner of the Sarofim Composition Contest at the University of Houston.
Patron Services Coordinator
Brad Goertz is the Patron Services Coordinator for the Houston Chamber Choir. Mr. Goertz is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Human Resource Development at the University of Houston. He has a strong performance background in both musical theater and choral singing, as well as interests in foreign languages, I.T., and photography.