Wylie Piano Studio
Roy Wylie, pianist, received his earliest training in Houston, Texas, during which time he won numerous awards and honors, including a Gold Medal in the Piano Guild Recording Competition and First Prize in the University Interscholastic League Competition. He has degrees from Southern Methodist University, Manhattan School of Music, and The University of Texas at Austin. He has been President of Alabama Music Teachers Association, Director of the Southern Division of Music Teachers National Association, and has served on the MTNA Board of Directors.
Dr. Wylie has given many concert appearances as soloist and chamber musician throughout his career. He has performed throughout the South and Southwest and participated in a series of chamber and solo recitals in Monterrey, Mexico under the auspices of the Mexican Government. For twelve summers, Dr. Wylie coached at the American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria. In 2002, he was honored as the “Teacher of the Year” by the Alabama Music Teachers Association.
In the summer of 2007, Dr. Wylie left Auburn University (were he taught for 27 years) and moved back to Houston, Texas. He performs with chamber groups, choirs, and soloists in the area. In 2009 and 2014 he performed on concert tours of Greece and in the fall of 2010 was pianist in the Austin Symphony Orchestra performances of Carmina Burana. As well as these musical activities Dr. Wylie has served Texas Music Teachers Association on their Board of Directors as Collaborative Arts Chair, Certification Director, and most recently Vice President for Business Activities.