Bromley, Kristen R
Title:
Adjunct Instructor - Guitar and Jazz Specialist
Office:
GT509a
Phone:
801-836-2890


Last Updated: 10/1/14 -

Kristen Bromley has been teaching music and performing as a musician for many years. She is a gifted and sought after instructor, as well as a loved performer and composer.

Kristen was born and raised in Wyoming, but moved to Utah after graduating from high school. She currently resides in Alpine, Utah; and works as a musician along the Wasatch Front, occasionally touring and performing outside of this region.

Kristen is currently a Doctor of Musical Arts student at Boston University. Additionally, she has a Master of Music degree from the highly esteemed Indiana University. While she attended there, IU was in a three-way tie with Julliard and Eastman School of Music for having the number one Master of Music program in the nation. During this time Kristen was one of only a very small number of guitar students admitted into the program, a true honor. Also, Kristen obtained her Bachelor of Music degree, with an additional BA major in Family History and Genealogy, from Brigham Young University.

While attending school and after graduating, Kristen has worked professionally: writing, recording, teaching, and performing music in a variety of styles. She has toured as a musician across North America and Europe. She is currently a guitar and jazz instructor at Brigham Young University and Utah Valley University. And, Miss Bromley is the author of several guitar method books. She has one of the very best guitar lesson curriculums that exists today.

Kristen loves to play most styles of music. She is currently working on the arrangements for a debut album that will feature her in a jazz trio setting, along with a solo guitar album as well.

Kristen loves life, is a friend to all, is deeply religious, and truly believes in the awesome power music has to uplift and edify the soul. She has devoted her career to enriching, uplifting, edifying, and inspiring lives through the education, performance, composition, recording, and publishing of music.