Marvin C. Brown-King
Marvin Christopher Brown-King began his journey into the world of musicianship, and found a genuine interest in piano playing at the tender age of 2. Some of Marvin’s largest accomplishments have been winning and participating in various talent shows. In addition, Marvin was allowed to perform at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in January, 2004. In 2005, he was awarded gold medalist for the NAACP ACT-SO Los Angeles Chapter, and went on to perform as a national youth competitor for the NAACP ACT-SO youth Olympics. Marvin was also awarded the 2005 first place winner of the talent competition for the Georgia Laster Branch of the National Association of Negro Musicians. In the summer of 2006, Marvin represented the Western Region in the National Usher Board music scholarship competition, where he earned the first place title. In April 2007, and April 2008 Marvin experienced the joy of winning the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity’s, 12 District, 62nd and 63rd Annual Talent Hunt competitions. Over the past summer, Marvin also experienced the enjoyment of winning the silver medalist scholarship award for the BEEM Foundation’s competition. In the fall of 2007, Marvin proudly performed for incoming guests at the 2007 Scholarship Gala for the Angel City Classic Event. Thanks to the serious efforts of community based organizations, Marvin continues to have the opportunity to share his gifted talents with others.