Arturo Galvan is an active performer and teacher in Texas and Georgia. He currently serves as Principal Tuba of the West Texas Symphony and the Lone Star Brass Quintet. He also serves as Instructor of Tuba/Euphonium at Odessa College.

Arturo has received multiple mentions and awards at several competitions such as the Georgia MTNA Young Artist Competition, Southern MTNA Solo Competition, and the International Leonard Falcone Competition. He is an active performer in multiple symphonies such as the La Grange Symphony Orchestra and the Albany Symphony Orchestra (GA). He also actively performs as Principal Tuba of the sAge Low Brass Quartet. 

Arturo currently holds a Bachelors degree in Music Education from Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi and a Masters in Tuba Performance from Columbus State University. Arturo is currently at the University of Georgia pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts. His primary teachers include Dr. Dan Sipes, Dr. Alex Avila, and Dr. Matthew Shipes.