Anthony Titus has studied under members of the Los Romero’s guitar quartet. Among the recitals and concertos Mr. Titus has performed throughout the United States and Sweden, highlights include: a performance for Miguel de la Madrid Huratado (former President of Mexico), and for Patricio Silva Echenique (Chilean Ambassador to the United States) and premiering the Variations on the theme by the Doors for guitar and string quartet and The Habanera both by Hiram Titus. Teaching distinctions include several student winners in both the Schubert Club and Thursday Musical competitions since 1988. As a natural extension to his development in audio/video design Titus has also adapted a college guitar curriculum for the blind with M.T.A.T. (Multi-Tracking Audio Transcription) a procedure of his own design that translates musical notation.
Mr. Titus is presently faculty at The University of St. Thomas, Metro State University, and Inver-Hills Community College where he co-developed a curriculum for a new A.F.A degree in Music. Presently, Titus is coordinating “The Holden Community Concert Series” to benefit Holden Village in the Twin Cities and Seattle.
- B.A. from North Carolina School of the Arts
- M.A. from San Diego State University