Artistic Director: Victoria Kramr
Victoria Kramr (born 2001) grew up in Houston Texas and started studying piano when she was five and vocal performance when she was fourteen. As of late, she continues to study piano and voice, along with composition at Lone Star College- University Park. Furthermore, she has performed in multiple recitals, ensembles, and plays piano for several venues such as the Methodist Hospital, Prince of Peace Catholic Church and Lone Star College-University Park. As a composer, she has completed several pieces and earned an honorable mention in the TMTA-SA Original Composition Contest in 2019. Most recently, she started an organization called Aspiring Artists of Texas (AATX) which is dedicated to giving collegiate student artists and musicians the opportunity to showcase or perform their work while benefiting the community. Later, she hopes to study music composition at the university level to earn a master’s degree, have her own performing arts group, and direct music in a church.
Secretary: Savannah Burr
Savannah Burr was born in Independence, Missouri on February 24, 1998, and raised in Houston, Texas. She joined her middle school choir and fell head over heels for music, and hasn’t quit it since. In her high school, she formed and directed her own small choral ensemble. She was section leader for her entire high school career, and was even elected to participate in choir officer positions such as: secretary, historian, and president. Savannah is currently enrolled at the University of North Texas, where she is working on her Bachelors in General Education, and plans to later get her degree in Music Education, with voice as her primary instrument.
Graphic Designer Erin Kelly
Erin Kelly is a 5th-year art history major with a minor in studio art attending the University of Houston. She started her career as a student at LoneStar – CyFair community college taking basic core classes. In 2016, she spent a year at Texas State University in San Marcos studying Interior Design. There she studied the history of interiors as well as hand drafting. She then transferred to the University of Houston where she studied graphic design, a very competitive major at UH! She attended UH and LoneStar simultaneously and her artwork was hung in the school gallery where it was showcased and sold. After taking the required art history courses, she fell in love with them and decided to change her major yet again to study the history of people and their expressions and mannerisms through art!
Board Member: Jordan Sherrill
Jordan Sherrill (b. 1999) was born in Houston, Texas. He began singing at the age of 9, and he has performed in various choirs and studied in private voice studios throughout his teenage years. At the age of 12 Jordan sang in the TMEA All-State middle school choir as well as the district-wide, auditioned, VIPS appreciation luncheon for two consecutive years. In college, Jordan proceeded to be accepted to sing in the Texas Two-Year College Choir Director’s Association (TTCCDA) and received a music scholarship from Lone Star College-CyFair. He currently sings and studies at Lone Star College-University Park where he was one of two music scholarship recipients in 2018-2019. He plans to attend and receive a master’s in music education from UNT.