San Antonio

Luxe Harmony works closely with your areas finest musicians to create the ensemble that suits your event best.  Whether you are looking for the delicate ambiance of the classical string quartet or the upbeat swing of a jazz quartet, Luxe Harmony musicians are the musicians of choice for your most sophisticated events.

All of our musicians are active in the musical communities whether they are music major students at the local university, music educators or symphony musicians.  Each Luxe Harmony musician has demonstrated the their abilities on their instrument via audition.  Listen to some of our musicians performing below. 


Scott Alexander is a professional musician with a studio of 40 private students and a 5th grade strings class, he stays very busy. When he is not teaching he travels all over Texas performing with various orchestras, chamber ensembles and for many weddings and private events.

He has played with noted artists such as IL DIVO and The Transiberian Orchestra.

He studied viola at the University of North Texas, where he also began his work with Violin.


Vincent Garcia-Hettinger began his cello studies at the age of five. As the winner of the Youth Orchestras of San Antonio Concerto Competition, he made his solo debut with the San Antonio Symphony in May 2019 performing the Saint-Saëns Concerto. Most recently, Vincent was named a prize winner at the 2023 Sphinx Junior Division Competition.  He was also a recipient of the Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Award through From The Top, and performed on the nationally broadcast radio show From the Top last April with violinist Charles Yang.  Vincent was named a semi-finalist for the 2022 Stulberg Competition and competed in Michigan last May.  In March of 2022 he was named Outstanding Soloist at the 2022 National Orchestra Cup at Lincoln Center for his performance of the third movement of the Schumann Cello Concerto. He was also a finalist for the 2021 Ronald-Sachs International Music Competition, he was accepted into the 2022 Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians, and he was named a 2022 National YoungArts Foundation winner.  In 2020 Vincent was named the winner of the Ann Arbor Symphony Young Artist Competition. That same year, Vincent worked with international soloist Johannes Moser in a series of private lessons through the Virtumasterclass program.  


Jennifer grew up in the San Antonio musical community.  She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with highest honors, earning a Bachelor of Music Degree in Violin Performance in 1997. She formed the Steiner String Quartet in 1999 and continues to perform with the group.  Jennifer performs with numerous ensembles around South Texas including the Mid-Texas Symphony, the Corpus Christi Symphony, the Victoria Symphony, and the Symphony of the Hills.  She is the co-founder of the San Antonio Sinfonietta and performs with that group as well as the Mozart Festival, Texas.  

Veronica, DMA

Veronica, PhD, holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Violin Performance and a Master’s Degree in Orchestral Conducting from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, TX.  Veronica serves as the Director of Orchestras for Bush Middle School in the North East Independent School District. She has extensive orchestral playing experience and has played violin and viola in various orchestras across the State of Texas. 


Past conducting engagements included conducting fellowships at the Los Angeles Conducting Institute in San Diego, California; Cover Conductor for the Allentown Symphony Orchestra in Allentown, Pennsylvania; Conducting Fellow at the International Conducting Institute in New York City, and Conducting Fellow at the International Conducting Workshop Festival in Sofia, Bulgaria.


Terri Landez, began playing cello at age 9. At age 17, Terri was selected as a Young Artist Program winner for the Cactus Pear Music Festival and went on to study Cello Performance at Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY.  Terri works as the Creative Manager for a local nonprofit senior living community where she frequently plays her cello and conducts music therapy sessions for residents. Terri also plays locally with various chamber ensembles and community orchestras, including Alamo City Symphony Viva and the South Texas Symphonic Orchestra. Terri serves on the Board of Directors for the Cactus Pear Music Festival and is a proud advocate for young musicians of diverse backgrounds, especially LGBTQ+, BIPOC, and low-income youth. 


Williams is a violinist with over 35 years of experience.

He learned from the prestigious Galamian school and from world famous teachers such as José Francisco Del Castillo, Margaret Pardee, Shlomo Mintz, Alexander Snider, Rony Rogof, Augustine Dumay and more. 

He has served in various orchestras as concert master and soloist in the United States as well as countries in Latin America.  Williams has substantial experience teaching in universities and music schools.  Not only is Williams accomplished in the classical genre but he has covered other music styles such as Venezuelan music and Latin American music.


Michael is a cellist with Luxe Harmony. Based in San Antonio, Michael was the winner of the 2014-2015 Youth Orchestra of San Antonio Concerto Competition, a beneficiary of the Cactus Pear Young Artist Program Scholarship, as well as winner of the Bluebonnet Festival Classic American Outstanding Soloist Award. He currently teaches cello privately.