|Dr. Chapel McCullough, Director of Bands, Department Chair||Chapel McCullough||Find out more about Chapel|
|Mr. Roger Beale, Voice||Roger Beale|
|Mr. Justin Belew, Music Technology||Justin Belew|
|Mr. Reginald Corbie, Electric Bass||Reginald Corbie|
|Mr. Michael Daniell, Trumpet||Michael Daniell|
|Dr. Bill Fry, Clarinet and Saxophone||Bill Fry|
|Mr. Arturo Galvan, Tuba||Arturo Galvan|
|Dr. Nathaniel Gworek, Percussion, Assistant Director of Bands||Nathaniel Gworek||Find out more about Nathaniel|
|Mr. Andrew Harry, Piano, Music Theory||Andrew Harry||Find out more about Andrew|
|Mr. Randy Kimbrough, Accompanist||Randall Kimbrough|
|Mr. Heydin McDaniel, Music Appreciation||Heydin McDaniel|
|Mr. Garrett Motes, Guitar||Garrett Motes||Find out more about Garrett|
|Mr. Lanier Motes, Director- Scott Fine Arts Center||Lanier Motes|
|Mrs. Donna Weaver, Voice, Director of Choral Activities||Donna Weaver|
|Ms. Cindy Wilson, Strings||Cynthia Wilson||Find out more about Cindy|
Dr. Chapel McCullough serves as the director of bands and chair of the Department of Fine Arts at Point University. Along with administrative duties, he conducts the Point University Concert Band, directs the Marching Skyhawks and teaches various music and music education courses.
Dr. McCullough earned his Ph.D. in music education from Auburn University in 2018, graduating as a Walter H. Moore and Joanna Moore Award recipient and a member of the Pi Kappa Lambda Music Honor Society. He also earned his master’s degree in music education from Auburn in 2013. During his time in graduate school, he served as a graduate teaching assistant for the music and music education departments, teaching various courses and assisting with the Symphonic Winds, Concert Band and the 380-member Auburn University Marching Band.
Dr. McCullough has also taught in K-12 band and music positions in Alabama. His high school marching and concert bands all received consistent superior ratings at festivals and competitions. He serves as a frequent guest clinician around Georgia and Alabama. Dr. McCullough lives in Auburn with his wife, Dr. Brittany McCullough, a project analyst at Auburn University, and their beautiful daughter, Misha.
Nathaniel Gworek is an assistant professor at Point University, where he is the assistant band director and percussion instructor. He continues to work with the percussion community, commissioning new music and performing recitals and clinics in the area. He is a member of the Percussive Arts Society Health and Wellness Committee, the vice president of Georgia PAS and has previously served on the board of directors for the Women Composers Festival of Hartford. He has had the pleasure to play with the Tuscaloosa Symphony Orchestra, Finger Lakes Symphony Orchestra, UConn Opera Company and the Hartford City Singers. Interested in playing many different styles of music, he has toured the Northeast with percussion ensembles, orchestras, wind ensembles, rock and jazz bands, Mexican and African music groups, and a Renaissance music ensemble.
He has studied with Keith Aloe, Kay Stonefelt, a female pioneer on Broadway, and Jim Tiller of the Rochester Philharmonic. Dr. Gworek has previously worked as an instructor at Georgia College, Stephen F. Austin State University, Manchester Community College, and as a student, was a teacher’s assistant at the University of Connecticut, SUNY Fredonia, the New York Summer Music Festival and the Interlochen Center for the Arts.
Andrew Harry is a pianist and collaborative artist from Columbus, Georgia. Andrew is an assistant professor of music in piano and music theory at Point University, and is the director of music and worship at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Midland, Georgia. He also serves as the artistic director of the Csehy Summer School of Music in Langhorne, Pennsylvania. He holds an artist diploma and master’s degree in piano performance from Columbus State University, where he studied with Alexander Kobrin. Andrew works regularly with the Choral Society of West Georgia and Voices of the Valley Children’s Chorus as their rehearsal pianist, helping to engage community members in making music. Andrew and his wife, Amanda, have three sons and a daughter.
Garrett Motes is a graduate of Point University where he studied classical guitar under Brian Smith. While at Point, he was the student leader of the acapella group Signature, and led worship for Point University Chapels, and the campus ministry Feast. Upon graduating he worked as worship leader for Atlanta Christian Church and began teaching at Courtnay and Rowe Music Academy. He is currently completing a Graduate Degree in Jazz Studies at Georgia State University where he studies jazz guitar under David Frackenphol. He has performed with artists such as David Pastor, Tom Scott, and Grammy Award winning saxophonist David Sánchez.
Cindy Wilson, Ed.S., is presently an adjunct string instructor at Point University, where she has a small string studio and coaches the Point String Ensemble, known as the Fiddlesticks. She taught at Starr’s Mill High School in Fayette County before retiring in May of 2015. Prior to coming to Starr’s Mill, she was the orchestra director at Bennett’s Mill Middle School for three years, orchestra director/IB music at Campbell High School for seven years, orchestra director at Columbus High for five years and orchestra director at Sprayberry High School for 14 years. While at SHS and CHS, Wilson conducted the pit orchestra for many musicals, including Lil ‘ Abner, Music Man, My Fair Lady, Anything Goes, 42nd Street, Guys and Dolls, West Side Story, Little Shop of Horrors and The Sound of Music. She conducts a community orchestra, Centre Strings, in Newnan, Georgia, and is still very involved with music in the public schools by being an adjudicator for the Large Group Performance Evaluations in Georgia and presenting area clinics.
Wilson is a violinist who has performed with the Nashville Symphony, the Columbus Symphony, the Macon Symphony, the Cobb Symphony, the DeKalb Symphony and Orchestra Atlanta. She has performed with Chet Atkins, Judy Collins, the Bee Gees, Lionel Hampton, Emmylou Harris, Barry White and Peter Nero.
She is the past choir director for Calvary Presbyterian Church in Marietta, Georgia, and Peachtree City Christian Church in Peachtree City, Georgia. In addition to teaching at Point, Wilson is the lead violinist for the Jubalheirs, a choir of over 200 female ministers of music and choir directors/choir members in Baptist churches who perform once a month at Baptist churches throughout the state of Georgia. As a violinist, she also provides special music for area churches, weddings and receptions.