As a teacher, musician, and artist, Molly Kittle's mission is to empower her students and clients with tools to find ease, depth, and freedom in any activity. Not only is she passionate about conveying the power of natural movement and mechanics, she intends to help people access their own unique innateness and grace, so that they may lead richer, more meaningful lives.
During her undergraduate and postgraduate studies where she majored in Vocal Performance, Molly encountered the Alexander work. Inspired by the vocal and expressive freedom she found as a result of studying the technique, she discovered her passion for working with musicians and serving others through this innovative method.
Molly holds a Bachelor of Music degree in classical vocal performance from University of Denver and has graduate education in voice performance and pedagogy from Northwestern University. Molly's experience and love of performing is quite versatile, spanning the genres of opera, Baroque, contemporary classical, jazz, and world folk styles.
Additional training includes the International Institute of Vocal Arts in Italy, extensive training in the Body-Breath-Sound technique method, and certification through the Contemporary Alexander School, which is part of the Alexander International Alliance. Molly has trained in the Southwest, Pacific Northwest (USA), and Japan, and is honored to be a part of an international community doing such important and empowering work.
Professionally as a singer, Molly has soloed and performed in many ensembles, operas, oratorios, and chamber music groups, and is particularly fond of voice and guitar repertoire. She received a recital of distinction award from the Lamont School of Music for her work and performances of voice and guitar literature and has also released a CD album of modern classical voice and guitar music titled “We Only Came To Dream.” Also an advocate of new music, Molly has premiered and performed multiple works from the 21st century.
Incredibly passionate about making classical music accessible and relevant today, Molly is a member of the Communications & Creative Team for Boulder Symphony.
With her current interests and studies including Tai Chi, developmental and barefoot movement, holistic wellness, and heart-centered awareness, Molly brings compassion, knowledge, curiosity, creativity, and kindness to her work. You can find Molly actively teaching Alexander Technique lessons and workshops in the Denver and Boulder communities.