Hayley Gayne began playing music at the age of eight, starting with classical violin, which gave her the opportunity to play with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra during her teenage years. After high school, she decided to pursue her dream of singing, and got accepted into Berklee College of Music in Boston as a voice principal. During her time at Berklee, she focused on vocal performance in popular music styles, as well as songwriting. After graduating from Berklee, she worked for several years at Music Management in Boston, meeting, promoting, and booking musicians intothe best venues in the city. Aside from booking and promoting artists, she herself has continued to perform in notable venues, such as Norwegian Cruise Lines’ Pride of America cruise ship in Hawaii,The Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore, MD and the 930 club in DC. She has lead orchestras and bands since 1997, and has received such honors as The Friends of the Annapolis SymphonyOrchestra Award. She is currently a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing and is continuing to focus on honing her teaching skills. She has a lifelong passion for music and is excited to share her knowledge and expertise with her students.