Joe Maloy

Joseph Maloy was awarded an academic scholarship to attend University of
Oklahoma. He majored in piano performance, and received a music
scholarship as well as a graduate assistantship where he provided
collaborative piano services for degree recitals. He also has a BSEE from
the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. His undergraduate and
graduate degrees are from the OU School of Music. He studied with Dr.
Digby Bell. He is a Mu Kappa chapter member of Mu Phi Espsilon. He is
a teacher, and has adjudicated for CSMTA at the state level. He has had
performance engagements in Oklahoma, Colorado, and Virginia. In 2004 he
performed the Mozart two piano concerto with his wife and Japanese pianist
Yasuko Furukawa in a concert sponsored by the Japanese Consulate. In 2012
he performed Ernest Block’s Concerto Grosso for String Orchestra, and
Piano with the Coronado High School Chamber Orchestra at the CMEA State
Conference. In 2014 for Coronado High School’s Concerto Winner’s concert
he performed with his daughter violinist Erin Maloy providing orchestral
accompaniment for the Mendelssohn violin concerto. He is the current
president of American Music Society.