Mary Kay Altizer serves as the Performing Arts Department Chair and Director of the Institute of Arts and Innovation at Oaks Christian School. Additionally, Mary Kay conducts the Orchestra, leads the Songwriting program, and is a staff writer, arranger, and composer. Mary Kay has performed in many musical arenas throughout her career, from symphony pianist to studio musician. She received a bachelor’s degree in Piano Performance from the University of the Pacific Conservatory of Music, a Professional Certification in Music Recording and Production from Berklee College of Music, certifications in Logic Pro X and Pro Tools, and holds a Master of Arts in Educational Technology from Azusa Pacific University. Mary Kay has been teaching at Oaks Christian since 2000 and is a recipient of the Atsinger Award for Teaching Excellence, naming her “Teacher of the Year.” She was also honored in 2018 with a "Distinguished Alumni Award" for Innovation in Education by the Graduate School of Education at Azusa Pacific University, recognizing her work in spearheading international music collaborations with OCS and music schools across Sweden.
Eddie Grey has spent his life pursuing music. His success as a composer has seen many high-level placements, most notably the main title themes for DirectTV’s “Celebrity Beach Bowl,” “Fantasy Football Channel,” “The Healer” on A&E, and other premiere compositions with ABC, CBS, Nickelodeon, and more. His work as Head Composer has covered So-Cal Rock and uplifting themes for the Emmy award-winning show “Born This Way” to dark thematic music for the “Kim Kardashian Justice Project” documentary. He continues to write music for publishers and creates content for the Youtube channels “The Modern Creative” and “That Logic Pro Guy.” Eddie lives with his wife and daughter in the City of Angels.