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Music educator

Maria E. Letona-Holloway, music educator. Recipient Honorary Citizen, The city of New Orleans, 1978. Member of American Association of University Professors.


Letona-Holloway, Maria E. was born on February 23, 1962 in San Salvador, El Salvador. Daughter of Mauricio Andres Letona and Clelia Moreno Solorzano.


Master in Piano performance (honorary), New England Conservatory Music, 1993. Bachelor in Piano performance, New England Conservatory, 1991. Doctor of Musical Arts, University Miami, 2003.


Music professor Barry University, Miami Shores, Florida, since 1998. Music director Miami's Children Theater, 2003. Music director Bethune School of Performing Arts, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 2002—2002, Miami City Theater, Miami, Florida, 2002—2002.

Piano accompanist University Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, since 1997.


  • Other Work

    • Musician (classical pianist): (concert performance) Barry University. Classical pianist (live performance) El Salvador Television, (piano recital) Miami SubTropics Music Festival, (piano soloist) Miami Youth Symphony, (concert performance) Lake Charles Symphony Orquestra (First Prize, 1979), (live radio broadcast) Performance and Interview, (invited to play as the guest of honor) Rene Touzet Concert, (piano recital) First Ibero-American Music Festival, (piano soloist) University Of Miami Concerto Competition (First Prize, 1997), (television performance), (piano soloist) New Orleans Philharmonic Auditions (First Prize, 1980), El Salvador National Symphony Orquestra, (piano recital) Recital Series in Italy.


Member of American Association of University Professors.


Married Thomas E. Holloway, August 20, 1998. Children: Christina Maria Holloway, Thomas Andres Holloway.

Mauricio Andres Letona

Clelia Moreno Solorzano

Thomas E. Holloway

Christina Maria Holloway Letona-Holloway

Thomas Andres Holloway Letona-Holloway