for Hire  
Scott Joplin Chamber Orchestra
William Grant Still String Quartet

Founded in 1981 by Dr. Lundy, the William Still String Quartet's major aim is to research and perform works by underrepresented African American composers.

Individual Musicians and Vocalists

Whether you require an instrumental trio, duo female vocalist, male vocalist or talented vocal duo, our roster of musicians, solo singers and singing duos provide an unbelievably versatile array of styles, genres and options to suit every possible event.

The Community Music Center is funded by a grant from 

the City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance.


P.O. Box 8363,

Houston, TX 77288

Office Location:

2909A Barbee St. 

Houston, TX 77004 

Call to schedule an appointment 

Tel: (713) 523-9710


Community Music Center of Houston - copyright © 2016.

All rights reserved. 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Dr. Ann Lundy

Dr. Ann Lundy founded the Scott Joplin Chamber Orchestra in 1983. She received her Masters of Music Conducting Performance and PhD in Music at the University of Houston. She has lectured extensively throughout the United States. Dr. Lundy has also published articles on finding and performing music written by African American composers. In 1990, she is said to be the first African American woman to conduct the Houston Symphony at Miller Outdoor Theater in Houston, TX.