2013 - 2014
The Dallas Morning News
A native of Weslaco, Texas, Maestro Ming received his Masters Degree in Music Theory from Baylor University where he studied cello with Lev Aronson and conducting with Daniel Sternberg. Ming also served on the Baylor faculty as instructor of music theory and assistant conductor of the Baylor and Waco Symphonies. While attending the University of North Texas, Ming studied conducting with Anshel Brusilow before joining the faculty of Bethel College in St. Paul, Minnesota, as Assistant Professor of Music and Conductor of the Bethel Chamber Symphony.
"Adron Ming, Music Director and Conductor of the Lewisville Lake Symphony has presided over the orchestra since its inception, now one of the most respected regional orchestras in Texas"
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Adron Ming has led the Toledo Symphony Orchestra, the Taipei Sunshine Symphony Orchestra in Taiwan, the Plano Symphony, Irving Symphony, the Chamber Symphony of the Metrocrest, and the New Philharmonic of Irving. He was Associate Conductor of the Richardson Symphony until 2010. Adron Ming is also an active cellist in the Dallas area.