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Kylie I.
Asheville, North Carolina
I look at the pursuit of musicianship as a holistic process. In the first lesson, we establish your goals to help me be a more efficient teacher for you. I find it deeply fulfilling to research new techniques that will benefit my students and teach from material that is grounded in voice science and pedagogy. A typical lesson will involve reinforcement of healthy technique, music theory study, refining repertoire, and creative exploration such as improvisation or songwriting. I urge all of my students to use mindfulness to deepen their joy of music and actively advocate that the study of music can lead to a more conscientious and emotionally intelligent society.
About Kylie I.

Mrs. Kylie is a native of Skaneateles Falls, N.Y. and moved to Asheville, N.C. to continue her lifelong journey in music education and performance. Kylie has a diverse musical background in several instruments including trombone, piano, guitar, voice, and flute. She received her undergraduate degree in music education and studied instrumental conducting at the Greatbatch School of Music at Houghton College. Kylie was drawn to the music scene in Asheville in 2015. Since then, she is grateful for the many experiences directing rock bands and musical theatre, performing in local bands, serving others with music therapy, and teaching elementary music with Buncombe County Schools and Black Mountain Center for the Arts. Each new opportunity has given her insight on how to instruct students of all different ages, backgrounds, and abilities. Currently, she serves as the program director at a Private Music School, the board of a girl's music camp, instructs a brass band with her husband, Samuel, through the LEAF schools and streets program, and teaches private lessons at AMS and her home studio. She incorporates her daily meditation practice into her life as a musician and encourages her students to use music to practice mindfulness.

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Teaches all skill levels

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Teaching since 2016

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Bachelor of the Fine Arts in Music Education

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Teaches ages 5+

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Kylie I.
Asheville, North Carolina
I look at the pursuit of musicianship as a holistic process. In the first lesson, we establish your goals to help me be a more efficient teacher for you. I find it deeply fulfilling to research new techniques that will benefit my students and teach from material that is grounded in voice science and pedagogy. A typical lesson will involve reinforcement of healthy technique, music theory study, refining repertoire, and creative exploration such as improvisation or songwriting. I urge all of my students to use mindfulness to deepen their joy of music and actively advocate that the study of music can lead to a more conscientious and emotionally intelligent society.
About Kylie I.

Mrs. Kylie is a native of Skaneateles Falls, N.Y. and moved to Asheville, N.C. to continue her lifelong journey in music education and performance. Kylie has a diverse musical background in several instruments including trombone, piano, guitar, voice, and flute. She received her undergraduate degree in music education and studied instrumental conducting at the Greatbatch School of Music at Houghton College. Kylie was drawn to the music scene in Asheville in 2015. Since then, she is grateful for the many experiences directing rock bands and musical theatre, performing in local bands, serving others with music therapy, and teaching elementary music with Buncombe County Schools and Black Mountain Center for the Arts. Each new opportunity has given her insight on how to instruct students of all different ages, backgrounds, and abilities. Currently, she serves as the program director at a Private Music School, the board of a girl's music camp, instructs a brass band with her husband, Samuel, through the LEAF schools and streets program, and teaches private lessons at AMS and her home studio. She incorporates her daily meditation practice into her life as a musician and encourages her students to use music to practice mindfulness.

Levels taught

Teaches all skill levels

Teaching since

Teaching since 2016

Education

Bachelor of the Fine Arts in Music Education

Teaches ages +

Teaches ages 5+

Speaks

Has background check

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Extremely knowledgeable and efficient with lesson plans. Understanding of ones vision and direction they would like to take in learning. Only helpful and pleasant experiences from my lessons.

Posted Feb 25, 2021
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May 2019 - Present
Private Music School
Bachelor of the Fine Arts in Music Education
Sep 2011 - Jun 2015
The Greatbatch School of Music

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Broadway Singing
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