In our continuing Celeb Salons series, we are pleased to present a conversation with Kay Kidd. Join CCV members, friends and visitors at Mort Subite, for a liveley conversation with Kay.
Kay, a native of Elgin, Texas, is musical director and pianist for her group, Kay and Friends, and performs as a soloist and in ensembles in North America and Europe, in festivals, workshops and recording sessions devoted to chamber music, popular, and folk music. Solo and with her colleagues she has played for countless weddings and receptions. Owning and operating a private piano studio in her home in south Austin, she is a past president and “Teacher of the Year” for the Austin District Music Teachers Association. She is a church organist and pianist and for many years has been the staff pianist for Tarrytown United Methodist Church in Austin. Kay has served on music-related boards in the Austin area, and is dedicated to fostering love for the arts. Kay frequently gives lecture/performances on various topics (such as The History of Music in Texas, and other periods and genres of music) for many organizations, schools, and at special events.
Celeb Salons are hosted at Mort Subite, the first authentic Belgian-style pub in the U.S. There is free street parking on Sundays, fully-accessible drop-off at the back entrance from the alley behind the pub. Registration ($30/person) includes one drink and light bites, as well as a tax-deductible donation to Capital City Village.