Born to Dwight Alexander and Helen Frances Peirce in Pennington Gap, Virginia.
Becomes a member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.
Earns a Bachelor of Music from Cincinnati College Conservatory.
Earns a Master of Music from Cincinnati College Conservatory.
Teaches as an assistant professor at Howard Payne University in Brownwood, Texas, until 1981.
Serves as a lecturer in accompaniment at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas, until 2015.
Performs as a pianist in the Beaumont Symphony Orchestra until 1990.
Performs as a rehearsal pianist with the Beaumont Civic Opera until 2000.
Performs as a rehearsal pianist and organist with the Beaumont Interfaith Choir and continues to do so.
Receives the Orpheus Award from the Lamar University chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.
Performs in “Oh How I Love Dwight Peirce” and does so again in 2000 and 2007.
Receives the Arts Award for Outstanding Achievement from the Southeast Texas Arts Council.
Performs as an organist at Temple Emanuel.
Performs as a piano accompanist for the Brilliaice Concert Series and continues to do so.
Performs as an organist with the Beaumont First UMC Choir Tour in Italy.
Serves as an adjudicator for the Louisiana Music Teachers Associations Toborinsonal/Swawzy Competition.
Teaches as an instructor at Lamar University.