Zachariah Davis is currently a Doctor of Music Arts student in Trombone Performance and also serves as a Teaching Fellow at the University of North Texas. His primary teachers include Dr. Natalie Mannix, Dr. Cory Mixdorf, Professor James T. Decker, and Dr. Christopher J. Smith.
Prior to his enrollment at the University of North Texas Mr. Davis graduated with degrees in Music Performance and Music Education from the University of Arkansas and Texas Tech University respectively. Mr. Davis has performed with the Arkansas Philharmonic Orchestra, Symphony of Northwest Arkansas, Opera Fayetteville, Midland-Odessa Symphony and Chorus, Lubbock Symphony Orchestra, Lubbock Moonlight Musicals, and the Blue Knights Drum and Bugle Corps. Mr. Davis had the honor to perform in a brass ensemble alongside the University of North Texas Brass Faculty and Canadian Brass on the University of North Texas Wind Symphony’s most recent tour, culminating in a performance in Lila Cockrell Theatre for over 2,000 attendees of the Texas Music Educators Association annual convention. He was recently featured as a soloist with the University of North Texas Trombone Consortium. He can be heard on the University of North Texas Wind Symphony’s upcoming CD, “Hope.”
Doctor of Musical Arts in Performance University of North Texas, Denton, TX, (2021)
Masters of Music in Performance, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, 2017
Bachelor of Music in Music Education, Cum Laude Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, 2015