Jerry Junkin

Jerry Junkin

Artistic Director

In his 25th season as Conductor of the Dallas Winds, Jerry Junkin is recognized as one of the world’s most highly regarded wind conductors. He has served as Music Directorof the Hong Kong Wind Philharmonia since 2003, and Principal Guest Conductor of the Senzoku Gakuen College of Music Wind Symphony in Tokyo since 2007. Additionally, 2017-18 marks his 30th year on the faculty of The University of Texas at Austin.  Read more
Kim Campbell

Kim Campbell

Founder & Executive Director

Kim J. Campbell founded the Dallas Wind Symphony with the late Howard Dunn in 1985, and is the organization’s Executive Director. Mr. Campbell has served as the Associate Producer of thirteen albums with the Dallas Wind Symphony for the Reference Recordings, Crystal Records and Widget Records labels.  Email Kim  Read more


Grace Lovrien Office Manager/Chief of Staff
Gigi Sherrell Norwood Director of Concert Operations
Sharron Morgan Director of Ticketing Services
Doug Marold Marketing and Audience
Todd Toney Director of Education
Lenore Ladwig Scott Bookkeeper
Mr. Widget Office Cat
John W. Gibson Composer-in-Residence
Donald Fabian Personnel Manager
Mike McNicholas Technical Director
Roland Muzquiz Equipment Manager
David Lovrien Webmaster, Staff Arranger
Jason Biggs Recording Engineer
Kevin Reed
Jim Gardina
Ernie Tacsik
Sydney Cohen Senior Intern

Board of Trustees

John Gibson
Manuel Berrelez
William Evans
Jeffrey Hamilton
Gary Burke
Richard Phillips
Vice President
Assistant Treasurer
Assistant Secretary
Claire Cagnolatti
Ross Finkelman
James Garner
Jim Griffin
Vicky Gunning
Barry Hand
Carrie Huff
Allan Johnson
Robin Killingsworth
Debbie Lane
W.B. Phillips
John Roppolo
Benjamin J. Salazar
Pamela Smith
Bryan Stevens
Steve Tesmer
Todd Toney
David Wille
Board Members
Roger Carroll Dallas Cultural Affairs Commission, Liaison
Frederick Fennell, 1914-2004

Frederick Fennell, 1914-2004

Guest Conductor Emeritus

Dr. Frederick Fennell was one of the world’s most active and innovative maestros. The globe-trotting nonagenarian was principal guest conductor of the Dallas Wind Symphony, principal conductor of the Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra in Japan, and Professor Emeritus at the University of Miami School of Music.

The internationally-acclaimed conductor was widely regarded as the leader of the wind ensemble movement in this country, one of America’s most recording living American classical conductors, and a pioneer in various methods of recording. Read more