Vocalist Kirstie Wheeler has developed elementary and secondary curricula for choral and general music in several districts. Serving as a team leader, Wheeler oversaw the implementation of a middle school curriculum, its assessments and scheduling. She is a sought after choral and general music clinician in Massachusetts. Receiving several grant proposals, Kirstie brings technology, specialized music programming and special education music programming to schools that are unable to provide these services. As a performer, she sings with the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, chorus to the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Boston Pops. Kirstie is a certified McClosky Voice Technician, using her knowledge of vocal physiology and pedagogy to prepare students for a lifetime of healthy singing.
- Career Highlights
- Choral and general music clinician in Massachusetts
- Recepient of several grant proposals
- Performances with Tanglewood Festival Chorus
- B.A., Berklee College of Music, music education
- M.S., University of Southern Maine, education (educational leadership)
- Certified McClosky Voice Technician
In Their Own Words
"I would like students to come away with an appreciation for the whole child; being eager to seek opportunities and new ideas to engage the learner."
"My background in teaching gives me perspective on the demands of the daily teacher as well as what children really need when they enter the classroom."
"Berklee always tries to be at the forefront of exploration."