Midlothian Independent School District


Heritage High School Choir

Cliff Carbone

Cliff Carbone graduated from Southwestern Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in music education with both a vocal and piano emphasis. He has been with Midlothian ISD for 16 years having spent the first 2 years as music teacher at T.E. Baxter elementary, 10 years as choral director at Walnut Grove Middle School, and has spent the past 4 years as choral director at Heritage High School.  

Carbone's choirs have consistently earned superior ratings and sweepstakes at the annual UIL Choral & Sight-Reading competition and in 2013 had a TMEA MS Concert Men's Honor Choir.  Carbone strives to create and produce fun, energetic, and creative concerts where students have opportunities to showcase both their ensemble talents as well as their individual talents.  Carbone also serves as the piano accompanist at FBC Midlothian.