Bronwyn started her music career by way of show choir and voice lessons throughout high school. In college, she studied Vocal Music Performance, where she trained in classical and contemporary voice. In 2016, she entered the a cappella world by joining BYU Noteworthy, which she later helped direct. While in Noteworthy, she continued to master contemporary singing, while also arranging songs for the group to perform. After graduating in 2018, Bronwyn continued her career in the music industry by becoming a producer for the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA). She currently produces a cappella shows and conducts vocal workshops with a cappella groups on the side.
Bronwyn began studying piano at a young age. She was first trained in the Suzuki method, but as she progressed, she began to develop her sight-reading and music theory skills. In college, Bronwyn studied music theory, ear training, and sight-reading, and provided piano accompaniment for other students.
Although Bronwyn started her college career in music, she graduated with a degree in Human Development - Family Studies, which contributes to her holistic approach to teaching. Bronwyn’s teaching philosophy is based in helping students find their own voice. She is passionate about helping students feel confident in their own abilities so that they can showcase who they are. Bronwyn’s extensive vocal training, emotional awareness, and authenticity combine to help students perform with freedom and self-expression.