Cy-Fair Music & Arts continues offering fine arts education virtually

Cy-Fair Music & Arts is offering classes virtually during the coronavirus pandemic. (Courtesy Cy-Fair Music & Arts)
Cy-Fair Music & Arts is offering classes virtually during the coronavirus pandemic. (Courtesy Cy-Fair Music & Arts)

Cy-Fair Music & Arts is offering classes virtually during the coronavirus pandemic. (Courtesy Cy-Fair Music & Arts)

Cy-Fair Music & Arts has continued to have students enroll in group classes and private lessons since they were moved online in late March, co-owner Antonius Bittmann said.

“It took several of our staff a week of very long days to set up the technologies, train both teachers and students on how to use them and reschedule lessons and classes,” he said.


Located at 7103 Glen Chase Court, Houston, the business offers lessons for children and adults in vocals, piano, drums, guitar, cello, violin, drawing, painting, sculpting and drama, among other skills.

The pandemic has influenced the way Bittmann and his wife, Valentina Jotovic, approach their business, considering flexibility in responding to natural and economic disasters. He said Cy-Fair Music & Arts will maintain its online presence for the foreseeable future depending on customer demand, especially while so many clients feel more comfortable in a virtual classroom during this time.

Reopening plans will largely be contingent on state officials, but Bittmann said summer camps will kick off in June as planned either in an online format, in person or both.281-855-8855. www.cyfairmusicandarts.com
By Danica Lloyd

Editor, Cy-Fair

Danica joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in 2016. As editor, she continues to cover local government, education, health care, real estate, development, business and transportation in Cy-Fair. Her experience prior to CI includes studying at the Washington Journalism Center and interning at a startup incubator in D.C., serving as editor-in-chief of Union University's student magazine and online newspaper, reporting for The Jackson Sun and freelancing for other publications in Arkansas and Tennessee.