Kelln is a passionate and accomplished piano and vocal teacher. She has taught intermittently since 2018, and her teaching experience spans a variety of genres - with a specialty for vocal repertoire such as art song and classical. Kelln’s approach to instruction is intricately tailored, aligning her methods with each student's unique learning style and musical aspirations.
In a constant search for further musical growth, Kelln is pursuing a Bachelor's in Vocal Performance program at Westminster University, set to graduate in 2026. Kelln has studied piano and voice with a number of accomplished vocal coaches and piano teachers such as Christopher Puckett, Emily Williams, and Kim Fairbourn. Kelln has been a member of several ensembles such as the Westminster Opera Studio and Westminster Singers at Westminster University since 2022. She has also lent her voice to the Davis Interfaith Choir's 'Lamb of God' in 2023 and the Church Choir at Mt. Olympus Presbyterian in 2022. Kelln also showcased her versatility as a vocalist in the Paradigm High Jazz Band from 2019 to 2022. In addition to her various solo and ensemble work, Kelln received recognition as a Vocal Performance Finalist for Sterling Scholar in 2022 and performed as a winner of Paradigm High's Concerto Competition the same year.
Kelln’s teaching philosophy is molded by a commitment to the individuality of each student, crafting personalized plans of study, and employing a range of innovative teaching techniques and technologies to make learning both engaging and effective. Kelln’s extensive foundation in music theory and performance enriches her teaching, enabling her to offer a holistic musical education that invites students to understand music on a profound level. Her passion for teaching extends far beyond a mere profession; it is a lifelong commitment, tethered deeply to her genuine care for her students’ musical and personal development, guiding them persistently toward realizing their fullest potential.