Hello. My name is Lorelei Isidro, music coordinator for the Unitarian Universalist Church of South Bay. I grew up a Navy brat born in Hawaii, attended part of primary school at Sullivan Elementary in Yokosuka, Japan and continued in East San Diego where I was the only brown skinned student in my class. I was brought up first, as a Catholic, then an INC member (Iglesia ni Cristo rooted from the Philippines), then a wanderer, and now a UU member.
Music, also, was a constant in my life. I started piano lessons at 9, started singing lessons at 18, went to Grossmont College and SDSU as a voice performance major, played as an organist at church, composed music for self, kid's albums and church, and taught music classes ranging from mommy and me toddler classes, private piano lessons to conducting church choir and children's choirs. Currently, I teach K-5 at an elementary school in Del Sur, teach Musictots classes, teach private piano and voice, coordinate music for the South Bay UU Campus, as well as compose and perform my music locally either solo or a 5 piece band called "Fish and the Sparrow".
I play the piano and ukulele and love to sing. So much so that I involve myself in conducting the South Bay Singers Choir. They are a fun group to sing with and work with! South Bay Singers is a choir that prepare pieces for periodic occasions and perform them during services and in public.