Tami Losoncy is wife to David and mother to Zachary and Megan. She began MSPA in Tulsa in 2001 and opened the studio in 2004. Tami has been a vocalist for 40 years. She began her singing “career” with her first solo “Away in a Manger” in the 3rd grade. In 1985 she was awarded a vocal scholarship to the University of Tulsa. She has been actively singing in her church choirs throughout the years and also was the children’s choir director for the St. Nicholas choir at Christ the King from 2001 until May of 2007. She was a vocalist in the Tulsa Oratorio Chorus for 7 seasons and sat on the Board of Directors where she was the Gala Fundraising Chair. Her credits include: The Soprano soloist in Handel’s Messiah, Vivaldi’s Gloria in D Major, and Shubert’s Mass in G. She has performed many major choral works including Bach’s Mass in b-Minor, Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis, and Orff’s Carmina Burana in conjunction with the Tulsa Ballet. She has sung in many great cities including New York City, New York (Carnegie Hall under the direction of John Rutter), Atlanta, Georgia, Washington DC, as well as Rome and Florence, Italy.