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    Mr. Levi Duncan



    Head Choir Director



    Levi Duncan is in his 6th year of teaching and his first year as head choir director at Alvin High School. He earned a Bachelor of Music degree in choral music education (magna cum laude) from Lamar University and an Associate of Science degree in vocal/instrumental music (cum laude) from Panola College. He is an active conductor, adjudicator, clinician, and arts advocate.


    Prior to Alvin High School, Mr. Duncan served as head choir director at Ross S. Sterling High School in Baytown, TX. Under his leadership, the Sterling Choirs consistently earned sweepstakes at UIL Concert and Sight-Reading Contest, Best in Class/Best Overall Choir at various festivals, and had numerous TMEA All-Staters. In 2017, he was named a GCCISD Student Choice Award Winner. In 2018, the Sterling Swing Choir was invited to perform at the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) Convention in Galveston, Texas.


    In addition to leading the Alvin High School Choral Department, Mr. Duncan serves as the artistic director of the Southeast Texas Vocal Artists (STVA), an auditioned community choir based in Beaumont, Texas. Since creating the organization in 2015, the ensemble has grown to over 40 singers and statewide recognition. In July 2017, the Southeast Texas Vocal Artists performed at the Texas Choral Directors Association Convention in San Antonio, Texas. 


    Mr. Duncan also serves as the Director of Music Ministry at Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Beaumont, Texas where he oversees one of the largest music scholarship programs in the Golden Triangle. His professional affiliations include TMEA, TCDA, NAfME, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity, Pi Kappa Lambda-National Music Honor Society, and Phi Kappa Phi-National Honor Society. 


    In his free time, Mr. Duncan loves watching anything related to the Philadelphia Eagles and enjoys spending time with his family. Also, he is very proud of his 10 former students currently majoring in choral music education in Texas universities and colleges.