Dr. Douglas Lockard is Professor of Music and Coordinator of Instrumental Activities at East Texas Baptist University. He earned a BME from Henderson State University, a MM in Trumpet Performance from the University of North Texas and a DMA from the University of Texas at Austin. He studied with Raymond Crisara, Leonard Candelaria, and Donald Kramer.
At ETBU, Lockard teaches studio trumpet, jazz history, brass methods, advanced aural skills, and serves as the director of the ETBU Jazz Band. Lockard performs as a member of the Marshall and Shreveport Symphonies and has performed with the South Arkansas Symphony, the Fort Smith Symphony, the East Texas Symphony, the Garland/Irving Symphony Orchestra, the Bluebonnet Brass, and the South Arkansas Brass Quintet.
An active freelance musician in the Ark-La-Tex, he has been a featured soloist with the Marshall Symphony, the Little Rock Wind Symphony, the Texarkana Community Band, and the East Texas Symphonic Band. Lockard has conducted numerous honor bands and jazz ensembles and presented trumpet masterclasses in Arkansas, Texas, and Oklahoma. Prior to his appointment at ETBU he taught at Ouachita Baptist University and served as a public school band director in Arkansas and Texas.
D.M.A. (Trumpet Performance), University of Texas Austin
M.M. (Trumpet Performance), University of North Texas
B.M.E. (Music Education), Henderson State University