Khye Tyson


Khye Tyson

is a teacher of Playground at Eclectic Music! She has a background in a little bit of everything. She is an avid learner who values learning and helping others learn to safely push themselves out of their comfort zones.

Musically, she has also participated in a variety of choirs on and off for the past 14 years as a first and second soprano and first and second alto. She is also an amateur piano, clarinet, guitar, and ukulele player. Overall, Khye enjoys music because it gives students an outlet to learn about cultures, history, and values through music.

She has over five years of experience working in higher education at Emory University, Texas A&M University, and Lincoln College (IL) where she taught college students life skills such as critical thinking, creative problem solving, adapting to new situations, telling their stories, and falling with style (or failing gracefully). They are also a doula, a childbirth educator, an auntie, a hiker, and a healer. They enjoy being in nature, questioning everything, reading, writing, and imagining how the world could look if everyone treated each other with kindness.

Khye enjoys using games, humor, and students' self-direction to facilitate learning. Khye enjoys asking reflective questions to be sure that the students understand the reasons why things are the way they are. Further, Khye loves to connect what students are learning in music to larger concepts such as active listening, being a good friend, or being a good competitor.




Khye loves all musical styles and enjoys integrating a variety of music types into her lessons.


Students all ages & abilities welcome!