Michael Fultz

Michael Fultz is a musician who has performed various musical genres in bands and chamber music organizations throughout the Los Angeles area for more than 30 years. He plays both classical and popular music and plays saxophone, clarinet, and flute. Mike holds a bachelor’s of music degree from Immaculate Heart College (now the American Film Institute), a master’s in Educational Administration from California State University at Los Angeles, and a master’s in English from California Polytechnic University Pomona. Currently, Mike is an adjunct English professor at Riverside City College and performs with his own band Hodgepodge, which performs at various venues in Los Angeles and Orange counties.

Mike has taught music and English at both the high school and community college levels. He enjoys working with students who aspire to develop technical skill and an ability to be artistically expressive on their chosen instrument.

Debbie Roper

Debbie has been playing violin since the age of 8 years old. She has a passion for music and especially the violin. She has played with The Ventura County Junior Symphony when she was 14 and was the youngest player, she also has played with The LA Junior Philharmonic. She is currently playing with the RCC Symphony Orchestra and Chamber.