Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Art of Beauty supports the Arts

Did you know that Art of Beauty, makers of Zoya and Qtica is a proud sponsor of The Cleveland International Piano Competition?
Shown: Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson and Michael Reyzis

As sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Reyzis presented cash awards to the winners of the best performance of a baroque composition - Hoang Pham, best contemporary composition - Martina Filjak (who was also the first prize winner of the competition - shown here), and best performancy of a contemporary composition - Evgeny Brakman (who was also the fourth prize winner).

Unified in both marriage and a lifelong love of the arts, Michael and Zoya Reyzis serve the Cleveland and International music communities with donations of time, expertise and funding. Both are on the board of The Cleveland International Piano Competition, and Zoya is a board member of the Cleveland Institute of Music Women's Committee.

Originally a classical pianist in Russia, Zoya earned her Cosmetology license in 1979 when she and her husband Michael immigrated to the United States. While pianists' jobs were limited, the world of Cosmetology offered a new profession and a means by which to build a new career. Through Zoya's hard work, and a demand for quality and healthy, natural ingredients for her clients, it became evident that there was a need for the perfect products. Responding to his wife's requests, Michael, an advanced chemist, developed and patented unique products such as anti-wrinkle treatments and shampoo and conditioning treatments for the salon and spa. He also created the first working fast drying top coat and the longest wearing nail polish, revolutionizing the nail industry.

Now that's Beautiful music!

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