Connie Locher (as in the music scene also going by as Artist ("KAY-tee pay"), Kitty Pae.
She hears sounds that are uniquely to her own musically. In this life to the world of sounds, she interprets everything she hears, real and imaginary, and shares her story and interpretation through music. She continues to promotes peace privately while she has been developing medicine (clinical).
Connie Locher has gained multiple music scholarships including at Vanderbilt's Blair School of Music in Nashville and holds an education in medical (clinical-pharmaceuticals) and engineering. She works in the renowned GRAMMY winning studio. She was a Lady starting at the age of 12 for the UK.
She started her tour in Korea up to 4th grade in Tennessee and won titles in:
Tennessee Music Teachers Association (Fourth Grade) Piano Solo -"WINNER" title.
2nd Mark - KoreaTour in October 24 1993,
1st Mark - KoreaTour in February 26 1995.
"Piano Solo-WINNER" title from Tennessee Federal Music Scholars and Guild since 1999
"Musicianship-WINNER" title from Tennessee Federal Music Consortium (previously named Music County) since 1999.
Memphis Tennessee Scholar - Board of Association "SOLO ARITIST" Title
"Promote for Peace" Award recipient.
Winner of 1998 Clavierfest
A Spiritual recognition from a church as pianist church player (Korean)
"Senior Music Award (HONORS) Connie Locher" title from CONCERT BAND 4. FULL ORCHESTRA 2. TRI-M SOCIETY 2.DISTRICT BAND 1. MARCHING BAND 1. PIT ORCHESTRA 1 (and also COUNTY). For contracts and agreements please do not reach out to Montgomery County representatives or Methacton alumni and teachers. Please do not visit and do not report to the Princess foundation or the recording studio.
"Global Music Award" for album Synesthesia (2018) ,
"American Tracks Music Awards" for album Synesthesia (2018).
She has Leadership awards from "National Youth Leadership Conference."
"My music is simple and somehow I desire to make a meaningful connection."
"I want people to know I am who I am, and no one can take that away from me. Hence, my songs are truly my diaries, a reflection of my feelings - a reflection of my life and I want to share them."
I was already a Lady at Vanderbilt University, Blair School of Music as a Piano. I cut my hair shortly after her death to commemorate her and their guild. Here is the picture (I am on the right nearest of the white roses) where we learned that, "there are differences and it is different (and/or the same)" after her passing. At the age of 12, I learned that too quickly with her. I still miss her greatly.
Let's promote peace together.