Faculty

Alexander Carr has served as the Director of Choral Activities at Hebron High School since the fall of 2019. Prior to his appointment at Hebron High School, Mr. Carr taught in Fort Worth ISD, Keller ISD, and Arlington ISD. Choirs under Mr. Carr’s direction have consistently earned superior ratings at UIL Concert and Sight-Reading Evaluations. In 2023, Mr. Carr led the Hebron A Cappella Choir in performance at the Texas Music Educators Association Convention. Presently, Mr. Carr serves as the Region 2 Vocal Chair

In 2014, Mr. Carr founded the Keller ISD 5th and 6th Grade Honor Choir, and after three years of existence, the Honor Choir performed as an Invited Performing Ensemble at the 2017 Texas Music Educators Association Convention. In addition, he served as the associate conductor for the Keller High School Chanteurs Varsity Treble Choir performance at 2014 Texas Music Educators Association Convention, as well as the 2017 American Choral Directors National Conference.

Mr. Carr holds both a Master of Music and Bachelor of Music Education degrees from Texas Christian University. Mr. Carr has studied with Dr. Eph Ehly, Dr. Sheri Neill, and the late Professor Ronald Shirey. At TCU, he also was as the choral conducting graduate assistant, director of the TCU Men’s Chorus, and the Drum Major of the Horned Frog Marching Band.

Outside of the classroom, Mr. Carr is an active performer and adjudicator in the DFW area. Mr. Carr sings with the Turtle Creek Chorale where he serves as Artistic Associate and co-conductor of the Turtle Creek Chamber Chorus with his fiancé, Rashaad Calaham. He is also a founding member of the American Prize-winning ensemble Brothers In Song. Since 2008, Mr. Carr has been the Choir Director of Ridglea Christian Church in Fort Worth, Texas. He is an avid TCU supporter. When not rehearsing, you can find him at a TCU game or TCU concert. Mr. Carr maintains memberships in the American Choral Directors Association, the Texas Choral Directors Association, and the Texas Music Educators Association.

Kathryn Zetterstrom began her teaching career in the Lubbock Independent School District teaching at Coronado High School.  She later served as the head director at both Monterey High School and Lubbock High School and really learned how to teach when she taught for five years at Irons Middle School.  She has taught for twenty-three years—twelve of which have been as one of four directors who teach almost 500 choir students at Allen High School.  She received both her BM(Ed) as well as her MM (performance) degree in Conducting from Texas Tech University and her Educational Administration certification from Lubbock Christian University.  While at Tech she studied conducting under Dr. Ken Davis, piano performance with Steven Glaser, and voice with Sue Arnold. She has served as TMEA Region 25 Vice-President, TMEA Region 25 Vocal Chair, currently serves as Vice-President of the Ken Davis Chorale and she stays busy as a choral clinician, adjudicator, and accompanist–most recently serving as accompanist for the Kentucky All-State Tenor/Bass Chorus. Her Varsity Treble Choir most recently performed as an invited choir in 2023 at the Texas Music Educators Association Convention in San Antonio and at the Southwest Division of the American Choral Directors Association convention in 2024.  Ms. Zetterstrom is a member of the Texas Music Adjudicators Association, Texas Music Educators Association, American Choral Directors Association, and Texas Choral Directors Association.  Ms. Zetterstrom also holds a position as the Director of Music Ministries at Prosper United Methodist Church and is mom to her favorite people: Henrik and Espen, as well as daughter-in-law extraordinaire (and Conroe ISD choir director) Kameryn. She is super-excited to get to know the students at Hebron High School and begin a new journey with Lewisville ISD!