Luke Mizuki first knew that he wanted to do choir in 2nd grade, when he watched Los Alamitos High School's Xtreme perform at the All-District Choral Festival. He went on to be a part of the nationally acclaimed program at Los Al, appointed as the Vocal Music Council President and recognized for achievement in performance, singing, and songwriting. Luke received his Bachelor of Arts in Music from Westmont College, and one year later completed both his teaching credential and his Master of Arts in Teaching from the Longy School of Music. He has sung with choirs, musical theater groups, and as a featured soloist throughout the United States and internationally in Japan, Russia, and more. He continues to do work as a freelance pianist. Luke lives in Huntington Beach with his wife Emily and cat Hashi.    

 

Luke Mizuki first knew that he wanted to do choir in 2nd grade, when he watched Los Alamitos High School's Xtreme perform at the All-District Choral Festival. He went on to be a part of the nationally acclaimed program at Los Al, appointed as the Vocal Music Council President and recognized for achievement in performance, singing, and songwriting. Luke received his Bachelor of Arts in Music from Westmont College, and one year later completed both his teaching credential and his Master of Arts in Teaching from the Longy School of Music. He has sung with choirs, musical theater groups, and as a featured soloist throughout the United States and internationally in Japan, Russia, and more. He continues to do work as a freelance pianist. Luke lives in Huntington Beach with his wife Emily and cat Hashi.