Ace Antonio is a live music industry professional with experience in concert production, television production, event management, talent management and marketing.
Ace is an Event Coordinator with UC San Diego, where he's in charge of the Triton Fest event series. Ace is pursuing his goal of producing the next big North American music festival.
Eric Starr is a Music professor at SDSU and the Performing Arts Internship Coordinator. He is a highly skilled and trained musician with a background in classical music, certified with four degrees as a classical trombonist.
J Lisk is a producer, songwriter, and DJ based in San Diego, California. He has released music internationally with labels including Spinnin' Records and Armada Music.
Before he helped develop his passion project known today as Aztec Music Group, SDSU Alum, Aleksey "Czar" Zeltser got his start in the industry as a local music producer. He had a breakthrough with the song "Feel It," which featured west coast heavyweights Hit-Boy and Problem in 2012. These days Aleksey spends most of his time developing artists and producers, his independent record label, and an app dedicated to music producers.
Chris Warren is a sound artist, signal processing researcher, and musical instrument inventor.
Dr. Warren earned a Ph.D. in Computer Music from UC San Diego studying with Dr. Miller Puckette, author of the Max programming language, and an M.A. in Music, Science, and Technology from Stanford University.
His research in acoustic measurement produced the EchoThief Impulse Response Library. These sonic snapshots of distinctive spaces throughout North America provide one of the most rich and varied collections of reverbs available.
He is a resident artist at Space4Art in San Diego and performs with the group A Hundred Ghosts. He teaches music composition at San Diego State University. His scoring work can be heard in the new KPBS radio series "Incoming."
Tita Gray is a former executive with over 20 years of corporate experience. She serves as the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs and director of the Advising Center for the College of Business at San Diego State University. She also teaches Organizational Behavior and Leadership in Organizations in the College of Business. In addition, she is a certified career and life coach. Dr. Gray serves on the board for the National Senior Athletic Association and is an advisor for three student organizations at SDSU. She has been awarded seven â€œOutstanding Faculty Awardsâ€ since 2012. She holds a Bachelor's degree from Baruch College in NYC, a MBA from San Francisco State University, and graduated with a doctorate in Educational Leadership at SDSU in May 2016. She is a highly regarded motivational speaker and an avid sports fan.