KEVIN FENSKE is a music educator, performer, and entrepreneur based in Austin, Texas.  He maintains an active private studio of euphonium and tuba students in the greater Austin area and is frequently in demand as a clinician and adjudicator.  His students have been named to Region, Area, and All-State bands in the state of Texas, as well as accepted into major universities, festivals, and camps around the United States.  Kevin founded and serves as Director of the Texas Low Brass Academy, a summer music camp and masterclass series for young low brass musicians centered around the exposure to low brass chamber music, artistic development, and world-class musical instruction.

As a performer, Kevin has won prizes at various regional, national, and international competitions, including the bronze medal at the Leonard Falcone International Euphonium and Tuba Festival and Winner of the International Tuba Euphonium Conference Mock Military Band Audition.  Notable solo and orchestral performances include collaborations with the Houston Symphony, University of Texas Wind Ensemble, Texas Music Festival Orchestra, Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp Festival Band, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Wind Ensemble, and the University of Texas Symphony Band, among others. 

An advocate for new music, he has both commissioned and premiered works by Kevin Day, Drew Bonner, Benjamin Horne, Jose Flores, Ian Lester, and Aaron Perrine.  Kevin currently serves on the 2020-2021 UIL Prescribed Music List solo committee for the state of Texas.  In the genre of marching and pageantry arts, he is a member of the brass educational staff as a low brass technician for the Bluecoats Drum and Bugle Corps from Canton, Ohio and has formerly taught with the Santa Clara Vanguard Drum and Bugle Corps and the University of Texas Longhorn Band and Longhorn Pep Band as a graduate teaching assistant.


Kevin received a Bachelor of Music degree in music education from the University of Houston and a Master of Music degree in euphonium performance from the University of Texas at Austin.  His primary teachers include Danny Vinson and Charles Villarrubia, with additional studies from Dr. Brian Bowman, Dr. Demondrae Thurman, Dr. Matthew van Emmerik, Hiram Diaz, and Dr. Matthew Shipes.