Mary Au & John Malveaux
Annelle Kazumi Gregory & John Malveaux
John Malveaux of
NANM Georgia Laster Branch’s 17th Annual Spotlight on Youth Talent Showcase, Sunday, December 23, 2014 at Crenshaw United Methodist Church convincingly demonstrated the continued accomplishment of their mission which include identifying, advising, supporting, and presenting outstanding talent from early development to professional career building. Congratulations to the Spotlight on Youth Scholarship winner and the Committee.
The program included performances by the following:
Amber Daughtry (Classical Violinist), Mary Au (Piano accompanist)
Jonathan Tate (Jazz Saxophonist)
Jennifer Lindsay (Classical Vocalist), Mary Au (Piano accompanist)
Keeland Anthony Bowers (Jazz Saxophonist)
Jordan Daniels (Classical Pianist)
Amanda Harris (Classical Vocalist), Mary Au (Piano accompanist)
Aaron David Shaw (Jazz & Classical Saxophonist)
Annelle K Gregory (Classical Violinist)
Please see picture of John Malveaux and Mary Au. Ms. Au will accompany Soprano Jumi Kim during the concert to celebrate 150th anniversary of 13th Amendment Ending Slavery on January 17, 2015 at Luckman Fine Arts Complex on campus of CSULA. Jumi Kim will sing an original poem/song written and composed by Korean composer/educator Joopoong Kim honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Also see picture of John Malveaux and Annelle Gregory. Annelle Kazumi Gregory currently studies under Glenn Dicterow as a Trustee Scholar at USC’s Thornton School of Music.