Mrs. Cabot is originally from Wyoming, where she earned an Undergraduate Degree in Music Education and a Master’s Degree in Saxophone Performance from the University of Wyoming.  She was a student of Scott Turpen (saxophone) and Larry Hensel (Alexander Technique).

Mrs. Cabot has performed throughout the United States in various quartets, and has participated in workshops as a soloist.  She has held teaching positions in Wyoming, Colorado, and Texas.  Mrs. Cabot enjoys playing her saxophone in the Carrollton Wind Symphony and traveling.  She lives in Ft. Worth, TX with her husband Mr. Cabot.

Mr. Morrow is originally from Joshua, TX.  He is in his second year of teaching after graduating in December 2011, with his Bachelors of Music in Music Education from Texas State University-San Marcos.  Mr. Morrow plays the trumpet and was a member of the Texas State University Wind Ensemble, Concert Band, and Jazz Lab Band.  He also holds an Associate in Arts degree from Tyler Community College.  At TJC, he was a member of the Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, and "Apache" Marching band where he was Drum Major.  

Mr. Morrow lives in Arlington with his two dogs, Shelby and Heidi.  He enjoys playing tennis, and watching "The Big Band Theory."

Mr. Cabot is a graduate of the University of Wyoming and the University of North Texas. While attending UW, he performed in the Western Thunder Marching Band, Wind Ensemble, Symphony Orchestra, Jazz Band, Jazz Combo, Percussion Ensemble, Steel Drum Ensemble, and Gamelan Chandra-Wyoga. Also during his undergraduate degree, Mr. Cabot marched snare drum in DCI for the Troopers Drum and Bugle Corps. After graduation, Mr. Cabot moved to Texas to pursue a master's degree in jazz drumset and improvisation pedagogy at UNT. while performing in the Lab Bands and Jazz Ensembles, Mr. Cabot was fortunate enough to study with master drumset artists Ed Soph and Mike Drake. 

Currently, Mr. Cabot is an Assistant Band Director at Irving High School as well as the Irving Cluster Director of Percussion. this position allows him to oversee all percussion in the Irving Cluster, teaching students in a spiral curriculum at Austin MS, Crockett MS, DeZavala MS, and Irving HS. Mr. Cabot is an active performer in DFW; performing as a freelance drumset artist and most notably as a member of the Carrollton Wind Symphony. Mr. Cabot is a member of Texas Music Educators Association and the Percussive Arts Society. Mr. Cabot enjoys gardening and travelling with his wife Mrs. Cabot.