soundSpark is a free, monthly new music series for young children featuring solo and duo performances by emerging artists. soundSpark takes place at 12pm on the first Saturday of every month. This month’s concert will feature Heather Lockie.

Saturday, January 4, 2014 12p 1pm Performance
Children's Theatre West Hollywood Library 625 North San Vicente Boulevard West Hollywood, CA 90069


Heather Lockie is a violist, composer and teaching artist based in Los Angeles. She teaches improvisation on violin/viola, classical viola and piano. In her own work, she plays viola, banjo, paints, sings songs and writes folk music. She completed her master’s degree in music in 2012 at California Institute of the Arts, where she studied overlapping disciplines: music composition, microtonalism, songwriting and puppetry/electronics within performance/installation context. She has an undergrad degree from Occidental College in Comparative Literature in French/English. Currently she teaches tiny children to unleash tiny noises on tiny violas and performs in various musical capacities in Los Angeles. She also illustrates children’s e-books for a charter school company based on the East Coast. Live music projects include 3/3rds, The Royal US, Copper Root, The Kreation Ensemble. 

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