Jennie Worley is a senior Music Education major at the University of South Carolina. She actively participates in the symphonic ensembles at UofSC as well as the tuba/euphonium studio. She is a member and previous Vice President of the Theta Chi chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota - a professional music fraternity for women.
Ms. Jennie is very excited to have the opportunity to work with the wonderful children, parents and staff at Tempo!
Music & Mindfulness Instructor
Kat Arrasmith is a Ph.D. candidate in Music Education and Presidential Fellow at the University of South Carolina. In her roles as music development specialist and researcher, she investigates early childhood music development and acquisition, creativity, improvisation, and music play. Throughout her career, Kat has facilitated engaging, playful music sessions in preschool, elementary, university, and professional development settings. She enjoys leading playful, improvisatory music sessions that help children develop their musicianship skills as well as their social emotional skills.
In 2020, Kim Donovan started Tempo Music and Arts to provide safe and effective opportunities to continue music and art education during the COVID-19 global health pandemic. Kim has eight years of public-school music teaching experience, as well as a background in yoga, dance, and classical ballet.