William Calvario

William Calvario
Tenor Instructor

WILLIAM CALVARIO was born in Hawthorne, California, and raised in Lennox, a nearby city. He began drumming at Hawthorne High School, where he was first introduced to drum corps. He performed with the Riverside City College (RCC) Marching Band from 2002 – 2003, and the RCC Winter Percussion Ensemble from 2004 – 2007.

His drum corps experience includes Troopers from 2001 – 2004, and the Blue Devils from 2005-2006. William has taught percussion at Hawthorne High School and Gold Drum and Bugle Corps.

For his day job, William works at a Jaguar and Land Rover dealership in Santa Monica.

Eric Fiero

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Trumpet Technician/Equipment Manager

Originally from Long Beach, California, ERIC FIERO is a graduate of UCLA, where he studied trumpet performance with the Jens Lindemann, and earned a degree in Music Education.  His teaching experiences include various middle school and high school band programs, as well as a private studio of a dozen students ranging in age from 8-20. His students have competed successfully in solo festivals and have been selected for honor groups and Santa Clara Vanguard. In 2008, Eric was tapped to instruct the Alhambra All-City Marching Band for the 2009 Rose Parade.

Eric and his wife Mallorie moved to Tucson, AZ, in 2011. Eric worked as Assistant Band Director for Tucson High Magnet School, the oldest high school marching band in Arizona.  While there, he wrote their drill and helped lead them to a Superior rating and many caption awards.  At the same time he served as the band teacher for Miles K-8 Exploratory Academy.

Eric is Director of Bands at Sahuaro High School in Tucson, AZ.  At Sahuaro, Eric teaches the marching band, two concert bands, jazz band, guitar, and  AP Music Theory.  Since starting at Sahuaro he has revitalized their program by quickly bringing them back to the State Festival in his first year and having the first color guard in five years.


Phillip Inzerillo

photo_inzerillophilPhillip Inzerillo
Visual Instructor

PHILLIP INZERILLO is the director of bands and orchestras at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado. There he serves as the director of the marching band, jazz ensembles, string orchestras and concert bands.

Phillip received his Bachelors of Music in Instrumental Music Education and teachers credential from California State University Fullerton.

Active in Drum Corps, Phillip marched lead baritone with Pacific Crest in 2002 and 2003 and with the Santa Clara Vanguard in 2005. Phillip served on brass staff for Pacific Crest in 2011.

Phillip is a member the National Association for Music Education, Colorado Bandmasters Association and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia national music fraternity.

In his free time, Phillip enjoys composing and performing music, hiking mountains, and spending time with his wife Jamie and cat Leonardo.

David Ifergan

David Ifergan
Physical Conditioning Consultant


DAVID IFERGAN has been with Pacific Crest since 2010. He has worked to develop a physical conditioning program, as well as kept track of injuries and implemented alternative exercises for those members who have limitations or difficulties.

David was involved in marching band for 8 years, as a student at San Dimas High School and member of the UCLA Marching band. He has played saxophone since the age of 11. While at UCLA he was also a member of Kappa Kappa Psi, the National Honorary Band Fraternity.

Along with his joy of music, David has been actively involved in the field of strength and conditioning for several years. He earned his Master’s degree in Kinesiology from Cal State Fullerton in 2006, and is certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA-CSCS). He has interned as a strength and conditioning coach with UCLA Athletic Performance, the Minnesota Twins baseball organization, Cal State Fullerton Athletics, and has held various other jobs in the field.

David merged his passions for music and working out in 2010 by coordinating the physical conditioning program for Pacific Crest. He teaches biology at Ayala High School, andin his spare time, he enjoys sporting events, going to the gym, and watching movies and television.

Eugene Fabiero

Eugene Fabiero
Brass Staff

For the last 18 years Eugene Fabiero has enjoyed performing throughout the United States, Europe, and Japan.  As a freelance tubist and music educator, Mr. Fabiero has had the pleasure of entertaining a wide variety of audiences in solo recitals, orchestral concerts, and master classes, always promoting and showcasing the myriad facets of the tuba.  Mr. Fabiero was the tubist for the Suedwest Deutsche Philharmonie (Konstanz Philharmonic, Germany 2000-01), the Inter-Regional Orchestra of Europe (IRO), the Tuebingen Sinfonietta (Tuebingen, Germany 1999-2001), the DUSAI brass quintet, the Tony Award winning Broadway hit BLAST National Touring Cast and Disney’s California Adventure Cast, Gwen Stefani Solo Tour 2005, as well as other regional orchestras and brass ensembles.  Mr. Fabiero has made national television appearances in Japan as a part of the Sunset Live Jazz Festival 2004 (Huis Ten Bosch Jazz Sextet), The Landesgartenschau 2000 (Singen, Germany), and in the U.S. on Saturday Night Live, The David Letterman Show, Good Morning America, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Ellen, and MTV – TRL. Mr. Fabiero was also the inaugural conductor for the Pacific Brass Society based in Long Beach, California.

Mr. Fabiero received his formal education at the California State University of Fullerton for his undergraduate studies in Music Education, as well as the Staatliche Hochschule Fuer Musik, Trossingen (State Conservatory of Music, Germany) for graduate studies in Orchestral Performance.  He has had the pleasure of studying with several of the world’s prominent musicians such as Jeffrey Funderburk, Doug Tornquist, Norman Pearson, Francis Orvall, and Abbie Conant.  Mr. Fabiero is currently the Director of Instrumental Music at St. Paul High School in Santa Fe Springs, California.

Kelly Davis

Kelly Davis
Color Guard Instructor

Kelly DavisKELLY DAVIS was born in Long Beach, California, and grew up in Palm Desert where she spent most of her time performing with the Palm Desert High School Band and Colorguard.  After high school, she went on to complete her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Kinesiology at California State University Fullerton (Go Titans!).  

Her performance experience includes the Riverside Community College Marching Tigers (1999 – 2000), the 5-time WGI World Champion Fantasia Winter Guard (2000 – 2002, 2004), and the 6-time DCI World Champion Santa Clara Vanguard (2000 – 2002).

Kelly has taught as Pacific Crest since the 2009 season.  She currently splits her time between teaching color guard at Esperanza, Valencia, Savanna and Whitney High Schools and her "day job" at a pediatric dentist office.

She and her husband, Brad, live in Fullerton, California.