Known for his versatility as a clarinetist, educator and marketing innovator, Vince Dominguez maintains a diverse career throughout the Midwest.
As a passionate music educator, Vince is currently a woodwind instructor at Central Music Academy, a non-profit organization that provides free musical training--in all areas of musical performance and to all levels of learners--to low-income children in Lexington, Kentucky. He is a former faculty member of the Merit School of Music (Chicago, IL), The Ravinia Festival (Highland Park, IL) and Rosie’s House (Phoenix, AZ). Vince also maintains a private studio of students of all ages, many of which have chosen to pursue music at universities and conservatories throughout the United States and abroad.
As an active leader in the world of arts administration, Vince currently oversees all marketing initiatives as the Marketing & Communications Manager of the Lexington Philharmonic. In his first season with the Lexington Philharmonic, he has led the orchestra in a significant transformation to align with the organizational values of artistic excellence, collaboration, innovation and accessibility. Vince is passionate about building new audiences and engaging the broadest possible community in music as listeners, musicians, and lifelong advocates.
Vince earned his Masters in Music from the University of Kentucky and his Bachelor of Music degree from Arizona State University. His principal teachers include Robert Spring, Scott Wright, and Joshua Gardner, all of whom he considers his greatest musical inspirations.