It is with great pleasure that we here at AIM Enrichment Center, welcome our newest team member, Kayla Smoot! Kayla has the ball rolling here in our program already, mentoring our community of aspiring artists on Violin as well as Ukulele and we are super excited to have her aboard! Please give a warm welcome to Kayla, leave a like or comment below. Be sure to also share the good news with any friends, family members and/or associates about violin and Uke lessons here at AIM Enrichment. Signup and enjoy a lesson experience or greet session (free) with Kayla yourself; violin or ukulele just might be the instrument for you!
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Kayla N. Smoot started her music career at the tender age of 9. Focusing primarily on rock music in her youth, she was compelled to learn to play the guitar. After saving up enough money, she purchased her first starter guitar and from there she completely took off with music. Taking orchestra from middle school into college, Kayla learned that she had a real passion for music. It was her peace.
By the time Kayla received her Associate of Arts degree from Forsyth Technical Community College, she had gained experience in violin performance and practice, piano, and guitar. Upon graduating from Forsyth Tech, she went on to obtain her Bachelor of Arts degree from Winston-Salem State University, where she studied music, business and the elements needed to put together her company that specializes in everything from audio to visual production.
Kayla is an explorer, dreamer, developer, thinker and so much more; every project that she's taken on was guided by her curiosity, creativity and diligence! She uses this space to showcase her current and past work, to detail upcoming plans and to make her presence felt in the world.
"I’m constantly changing and evolving, so what you see here today might not be here tomorrow! I do many different things but each project I take on, I approach with the greatest enthusiasm and focus; I hope you find it interesting and that it sparks something inside you."