Kylee Rose Frye and Megan Kazmierski, Chamber Choir Second Sopranos at The White House.

Kylee Rose Frye and Megan Kazmierski, Chamber Choir Second Sopranos at The White House.

For Kylee Rose Frye, music and the performing arts are passions that she now uses in her everyday work. Ms. Frye incorporates the arts in her local Asheville preschool program. She is also has years of experience as a children’s theatre instructor. Ms. Frye enjoyed the opportunity to participate on stage with her students in the ensemble of the world premiere of CHILDREN OF EDEN JR (a workshop, in-progress edition, with permission from Music Theatre International). Ms. Frye is also an active member of her church choir.

Kylee Rose Frye has been the member of many ensembles and embraced the performing arts during her spare time at UNC Asheville.  At the University Ms. Frye took several music centered courses, including piano, notation & engraving, and the physics of sound & music.  Ms. Frye also studied Kindermusik and other music & motion focused programs. Kindermusik, Music Together, and music from Get Set for School by Handwriting Without Tears are all part of the preschool curriculum at the Asheville Creative Arts Preschool.

UNC Asheville Chamber Singers (2009-2011)
Through this audition only ensemble, Ms. Frye experienced incredible performance opportunities, including singing (on more than one occasion) for the White House and Walter Reed Memorial Hospital, Washington, DC.

UNC Asheville University Singers (2006-2011)
Second Soprano Section Leader
Ms. Frye felt blessed to be able to make music a primary part of her university experience.  Under the direction of Dr. Melodie Galloway, the University Singers performed eclectic selections, including Carmina Burana, Handel’s Massiah, and pieces from Broadway musicals RENT, Hairspray, and Spring Awakening.  The group has collaborated with the Reuter Center Singers (under the direction of Chuck Taft), the UNC Asheville Percussion Ensemble, WNC’s youth chorus- Voices in the Laurel, and other members of the Asheville performing arts community.

UNC Asheville Studio 18 Jazz Ensemble (2009-2011)
An small audition only ensemble, Studio 18 often performed original works and a cappela jazz pieces.

Dance at UNC Asheville
Ballroom Dancer (2008-2010)
Dance Club, Founding Member & Ballroom Representative (2011)
Zumba, Performance Class (2011)