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Joyce Kay Andreas, musician, conductor. Sioux City Symphony scholar, Aspen Music Festival, 1960. Member of National School Orchestra Association, Suzuki Music Association California, Suzuki Association Americas, Music Educators National Conference, Music Teachers Association California, American String Teachers Association.

Background

Andreas, Joyce Kay was born on June 27, 1940 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States. Daughter of Louis Frederick and Leoma Bernice (Shellhammer) Pech.

Education

Bachelor of Music cum laude, Morningside College, 1962. Master of Arts magna cum laude, University Iowa, 1968.

Career

Teacher music Pasadena (California) City Schools, 1962—1963. Violinist with orchestras including Pasadena, Oklahoma City, Wichita Falls, Texas, Cedar Rapids, Sioux City, Iowa, Ridgewood, New Jersey, San Gabriel, California, Irvine, California, Pacific Symphony, California, Long Beach, California. Teacher music Eastern Christian Schools, North Haledon, New Jersey, 1970—1977.

Music director and conductor symphony orchestra Saddleback Community College, Mission Viejo, California, 1977—1983. Music director and conductor Saddleback Chambers Players, since 1977, Suzuki Festival Coordinator, 1971—1977, Orange County, California, 1977—1984.

Membership

Member of National School Orchestra Association, Suzuki Music Association California, Suzuki Association Americas, Music Educators National Conference, Music Teachers Association California, American String Teachers Association.

Connections

Married Reuben Peter Andreas, June 21, 1963. Children: David Glenn, Jonathan Peter, Marc Louis.

father:
Louis Frederick Pech

mother:
Leoma Bernice (Shellhammer) Pech

spouse:
Reuben Peter Andreas

child:
David Glenn Andreas

child:
Jonathan Peter Andreas

child:
Marc Louis Andreas