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Live from Jones Hall: Mozart & Walker
Saturday, August 15, 8 p.m.
In this week's livestream performance, hear the eloquent, deeply powerful Lyric for Strings by groundbreaking composer George Walker, the first African American to win the Pulitzer Prize for Music. Plus, Jonathan Fischer, principal oboe, performs Mozart's lyrical Oboe Quartet in F major alongside members of the string section. The concert begins with brilliant ensemble selections for horn quartet and for cello duo.
TICKETS ARE $10
UPCOMING CONCERTS: LIVE FROM JONES HALL
Mozart & Mazzoli Saturday, August 22, 8 p.m.
Schubert, Stravinsky & Marsalis Saturday, August 29, 8 p.m.
Happy holidays from all of us at Loy Performing Arts! See you next semester!
This week's student of the week is Zelda Toh!
Zelda started music lessons from a very young age. She began learning the piano from Ms. Mary Loy at seven, and later started voice lessons from Ms. Mary. Under Ms. Mary’s guidance, Zelda has performed on the piano and sang in various recitals, festivals, and competitions. She earned a Gold Cup in both piano and voice categories in the National Federation of Music Clubs Gold Cup Festival.
Zelda started playing the flute when she entered fifth grade and is currently a member of her junior high’s top band, the Wind Ensemble. Her training with Ms. Mary has given her an excellent foundation in music and she was able to pick up the flute relatively quickly. She has performed in the CISD Honor Band and recently successfully auditioned for Regional Band. Zelda obtained a Superior Plus rating for flute at this year’s Gold Cup Festival and performed at the Gold Cup Honors Recital.
With recommendation from Ms. Mary, Zelda was selected for the Honors Junior Band in the Honors Performance Series and performed at the prestigious Carnegie Hall in New York in June. She also performed for Lady Jeanne Galway at a master class conducted by renowned flutists Sir James Galway and Lady Galway in Houston in October.
Zelda hopes to continue to improve her skills in piano and flute, and further develop as a well-rounded musician.
Our second student of the week is Will Brown! 🎉
Will Brown has been playing the piano for over 6 years and this past year started taking lessons with Mrs. Mary. During that short time, under her guidance, he has advanced his craft greatly. Will received a superior plus rating in the spring 2018 gold cup festival and was invited to perform at the state convention. Will recently competed in the fall 2019 Sonatina/sonata competition. At this event, Will was rated a personal best- superior with high honors and received a gold medal. In his spare time, Will enjoys drawing, reading, playing basketball and baseball, and hanging out with his little brother John who also studies at Loy Performing Arts.
Introducing on of our students of the week, Logan Ocampo!
Logan started piano lessons in 2014. For the last five years, he has been an All-Star Festival and Ensemble participant at the annual TMTA conventions. In 2019 competed in the June Leondar Chamber Music/Ensemble Contest. When he is not playing piano, he enjoys cooking, cycling and chilling with his friends.
📣 It's never too early to start planning! We are working on finalizing some holiday performance dates at retirement homes. Feel free to shoot us a message or chat with us in person about our holiday plans!
A signup genius will go out for everyone to sign up to participate. It's going to be a great season!🎄
We have a brand new student of the week! Everyone give it up for Jamie Little! When she's not sleeping or going to school, she's singing and acting. She has been in numerious shows around Houston and its surrounding areas and she's always giving her best to accomplish the goals she sets for herself. This past summer she went to NYC to further her education in musical theatre. Way to go, Jamie!
We love our students here at LPA and wish to celebrate them in every way! Introducing🥁...Student of the Week! First up we have Riley Glaesmann. She is a hard worker and is always willing to go above and beyond the call of duty for the studio and her performances. When she's not having a lesson, she's performing in her schools' productions and at local community theatres! Give it up for Riley! 🎶
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Loy Performing Arts would like to introduce one of our newest teachers, Krista Gene Sharpe!
Krista began singing before she could even talk and has continued her performance career throughout high school, university and beyond. She graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Art in Musical Theatre from Hardin-Simmons University and has been teaching just shy of two years. She offers a variety of lesson options including acting, singing, songwriting, ukulele, auditioning techniques, and theatrical makeup. Outside of LPA, she leads three musical projects that perform around Montgomery County.
To learn more about taking lessons with Krista or any of our awesome teachers, stop by the studio, email [email protected] or call us at 832-447-1447!
Jamie Little, one of our own students will be in Matilda the Musical! Support your local theatre community and fellow students!
Tickets can be purchased at the door or at www.classactproductions.org!
[09/24/19] The school year has taken off and we are expanding. Our stellar teachers have made some openings for piano, voice, guitar and theater classes. We are proud of our students and the massive accomplishments they are making in the arts world. Check us out.
The Woodlands Area Youth Symphony is doing it’s final auditions for their 2019/2020 Season!
You can submit your request to audition by submitting a short cover letter of intent to audition along with a list of recent accomplishments to [email protected].
Once approved, a short live audition will be given on Monday, September 9th before rehearsal. Below are the instrumental parts needed to be covered this season:
1-2 string bass
Another amazing teacher is here at Loy Performing Arts. Everyone meet Roz Chambers!
Roz Chambers began playing the drums at age 6. She graduated with her Bachelor's of Arts degree from Arizona State University and later got her Master's of Arts degree from Texas A&M. She has been teaching percussion, guitar, and the piano for 8 years. Roz teaches introduction to classical as well as advanced blues and jazz on the guitar. She also teaches a variety of percussive genres, including orchestral and marching band and the drum set, with a focus on rock fusion. On the piano she strictly teaches classical and pop.
Loy Performing Arts would like to welcome Ryan Brossette as one our teachers.
Ryan Brossette is pianist of some 15 years, who has chosen to continue her musical journey as a piano teacher. Her mother is a very accomplished local piano teacher who began teaching Ryan when she was 4 years old. Ms. Brossette’s entire family is very musical, with 4 piano instructors in the family. While she specializes in solo piano, she played flute in Honor Band for two years and also loves collaborative music. She is honored to be a part of Loy Performing Arts.
The Texas Music Teachers Association awarded Mary Loy “Teacher of the Year” for 2019. This is a enormous honor and we’re so thankful to have such a wonderful educator amongst us.
[09/02/18] LPA is excited for the coming year. To our families and friends, enjoy your holiday!
So what do we think of this?
This recut of the Disney classic 'Mary Poppins' was made by myself, Christopher Rule This contains the musical piece "A Violent Attack" composed by Caine Dav...
Alma Deutscher creates a piano sonata from four notes in a hat in under a minute. Amazing talent !!!
Source : 60 minutes overtime - CBS News
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We at LPA are excited to welcome new teachers and group programs, as well as our normal quality private instruction in piano, voice, guitar, and more.
We now have openings with a promising new school year for our students. Schedule an interview today!
[04/26/18] We at LPA are excited to have some new openings in piano, voice, and guitar as we move into the summer. If you are any age and want to learn, we are now interviewing.
[04/01/18] Happy Easter to all our students, parents and friends of LPA. Enjoy this blessed time with family.
[03/10/18] Loy Performing Arts is officially in spring break. I wish all of our families a wonderful opportunity to spend time as a family and get some rest. You are the absolute best.
[01/04/18] We at LPA look forward to seeing our students and families back in the studio starting Monday, January 8. This is going to be a fast and furious semester. Our students are going to be amazing!
[12/22/17] The faculty of Loy Performing Arts wishes you all a Merry Christmas and a blessed and productive New Year!
[12/12/17] I am really proud of all of our students who performed on Saturday in 3 recitals in the black box of LPA studio. You were all absolutely magnificent. It was so exciting to hear a mix of classical and Christmas music performed via various genres. Thank you all for always stepping up and being your best. Thank you to all our parents and families who continually support and encourage us. Have a blessed week.
[11/29/17] LPA Students are accomplishing so much in both the world of arts and academics. We are very proud of each one of you. I am looking forward to our Christmas Recitals in the Black Box on December 9. This semester has flown by so fast.
[11/22/17] The faculty of Loy Performing Arts wishes each and everyone of our families and our friends a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving. I am extremely thankful for each and every one of you.
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