Rear Window Listening Room is excited to welcome the incredibly talented Adysen Malek bac to the stage!
Adysen took the Rear Window stage for the first time back in August, opening for Hamilton Loomis. This time, the stage is all hers!
Adysen Malek is a 17 year old from the small South Texas community of El Toro where she is a Senior at Industrial High School in Vanderbilt. She has been singing and performing music and theater since about the time she could walk and talk. She began playing various musical instruments at the early of age of nine after attending the Symphonic Spooktacular for kids in Victoria. Since her first time attending a show at The Rear Window Listening Room when she was six, Adysen has always wanted the opportunity to play her music in such a unique and intimate setting. Her aspirations were met last year when she was asked to open for Hamilton Loomis whom she had listened to in this very venue many years before. The experience of that opening has resonated with her musical soul the past six months, and she is now extremely excited and honored to be added to the prestigious list of performers here at the Rear Window Listening Room!
Over the past 8 months, Adysen began writing her own original music and has been inspired by singers and songwriters that tell a story. She is excited to be performing those originals for you this evening.
Adysen has enjoyed singing the National Anthem at numerous community events including Little League games, school activities, and especially baseball and softball games. She began singing the National Anthem at her PaPaw’s softball games when she was in Elementary School and that led to her having many opportunities to sing at Wounded Warrior events in Victoria, the Victoria Livestock Show and Auction, and for the Victoria Generals summer baseball league. When she was 12, Adysen had the awesome experience of performing the National Anthem at the Houston Astros versus the Chicago White Sox game before a sold out crowd of over 42,000 spectators! Adysen has enjoyed performing at the Flag City Opry in Edna and Crossroads Opry in Victoria, Bootfest-Victoria, Turkeyfest-Cuero, Jackson County Fair-Edna, many restaurants and Bar and Grilles in the Crossroads area, farmer’s markets and music venues. In 2018, Adysen won the Victoria Theatre talent show and was a finalist in the National PBS music competition Celebration of Music held in Houston. In 2023, Adysen was a top 5 finalist at the Houston Livestock Show Rodeo Rock Star Competition. Over this past year Adysen has had the opportunity to open shows for Jarrod Birmingham, The Marshall Tucker Band, Mark Chesnutt, John Conlee and one of her favorite openings for fellow female platinum artist Lorrie Morgan. Later this spring on April 19th, Adysen has been honored with another opportunity to open for Pam Tillis.
For her junior year in high school, Adysen auditioned and was accepted to attend the North East School of the Arts (NESA) in San Antonio as a part of their Gifted and Talented Musical Theatre Program. At NESA, Adysen performed in the musicals Little Mermaid and Funny Girl and had exceptional training and projects in the areas of theater, music/voice and dance. She has previously performed in the musicals Winnie the Pooh Jr. (Tigger), Winter Wonderland (Ensemble), Lion King Jr. (Sarabi), Fame Jr. (Grace Lambchops), Into the Woods Jr. (Little Red Riding Hood), Little Mermaid (Ariel), Frozen Jr. (Olaf) and in the UIL One Act plays Gathering Blue and State Qualifying Ripcord where she received numerous Top Performer and All Star Cast Awards. In addition, she was selected as an All Star All State Cast member at the 2022 State Competition. Currently Adysen is performing as one of the leads in this year’s Industrial ISD’s One Act Play entitled Up in the role of Helen.
And lastly, Adysen is extremely proud to say that she will be attending the prestigious College of Music at Belmont University in Nashville following her graduation to pursue her dream of making music that impacts lives.
Rear Window Listening Room is an UPSTAIRS venue.
There is a lift chair for those requiring assistance.
Doors open and dinner is served at 7pm. The show begins at 8pm.
Menu to be announced.
Dinner and Concert Reserved $35 / Concert Only Reserved $20
Dinner & Concert $35 / Concert Only $20