Kayleigh Reimer is a soprano, church musician, and music educator based in Silverdale, Washington. Most recently, she has directed choir and beginning orchestra in Bremerton, Washington, and was a featured guest speaker for RSCM West and Midwest.
Kayleigh has sung with numerous renowned ensembles, including Symphony Tacoma Voices, the St Olaf Choir, Seattle Pro Musica, and SoundCity Singers, an affiliate of the Byrd Ensemble. In addition, Kayleigh serves as guest worship leader and musician for a diverse range of churches in the Puget Sound Region, most recently for St Charles Anglican Cathedral (Anglican Church in North America) and Seaside Church (Acts 29 Network), both in Bremerton. Her work in churches, public education, and other performance spaces inspires her research and passion for the intersection of trauma-informed teaching practices and evidence-based vocal pedagogy.
She holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Music Education from St Olaf College, and currently studies voice with Dr Kari Ragan while also pursuing a Master of Arts in Voice Pedagogy with Voice Study Centre. In her spare time, Kayleigh likes to go on long walks and drink lattes, often at the same time.