Annunciation Orthodox School and The Yellowstone College Prep
This group is in their 4th year of collaboration. The group of students consists of their middle school choirs, led my Ms. Natalie Gray (AOS) and Ms. Tiffiny Reckley (YSA). The group has performed as part of Methodist Hospital’s Crain Garden Series and the Houston Public Library downtown as well as Christ The King Presbyterian Church on Silber Road.
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Tiffiny C. Reckley
Tiffiny C. Reckley is an 8 year music education veteran Originally from New York City with degrees from Xavier University and the University of North Texas. Ms. Reckley has been an active member of the National Association for Music Education since 2005, as well as her state and local band director associations, respectively. She is also a member of Texas Black Music Educators. Her favorite quote is, “Music is a moral law. It gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, a charm to sadness, a life to everything.” –Plato
Mrs. Natalie Gray received a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance from The Catholic University of America and a Post-graduate degree from The University of Georgia in Music Therapy. As a performer, Mrs. Gray’s most notable performance credits include the Tony-award winning Broadway produced Avenue Q as “Christmas Eve”, Sondheim’s Pacific Overtures, A Funny Thing Happened …Forum, Hansel and Gretel as “Gretel” and Much Ado About Nothing as “Hero”. She has performed internationally with a vocal group for the Department of Defense. Mrs. Gray’s performance experiences contribute a great deal to her educational philosophy. Her emphasis of music education for students is to gain a positive experience through the study and the aesthetic value of music and how it relates with others.