Travis Angel has 40 years of choral conducting experience before coming to Texas A&M University to become the Assistant Director of Choral Activities. Mr. Angel has a Bachelor of Music Education and Master of Arts in Conducting from West Texas State University. He has studied and collaborated with conductors Hugh Sanders, Eph Ely, Paul Salamunovich, Bev Hensen, and Rene Clausen. Mr. Angel taught in Texas Public Schools at the High School level where his choirs earned numerous awards for their performances. He retired from teaching in 2015 but still remains active in mentoring teachers, serving as clinician for choirs and adjudicating contests. Memberships include Texas Music Educators Association, Texas Choral Directors Association, and American Choral Directors Association.
Miguel Sousa grew up in Setubal, Portugal. He completed a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance at Evora University in Evora, Portugal. He received a Masters degree in Piano Performance from Central Michigan University.
Miguel currently serves as the accompanist for Texas A&M’s Century Singers and Women’s Chorus. He also collaborates with Brazos Valley Chorale,and is the Music Director at St. Francis Episcopal Church.
Ms. Elizabeth Lindan joined Choral Activities in August of 2017. She loves singing and has grown up singing in church choirs. A 1982 graduate of Texas A&M, Ms. Lindan earned a B.S. degree in Agronomy. In 1998 she received a teaching certificate from Texas A&M and taught for 14 years. She has two grown children who are also graduates of Texas A&M: a son who was a Singing Cadet and a daughter who was a member of Women’s Chorus. Ms. Lindan enjoys working at Texas A&M with the three choirs. She lives with her husband, Barry, in College Station.