Alyssa Boyle has been singing since she could talk and picked up piano, acoustic guitar, and ukulele to begin writing and performing her own original music by age 12. Her passion for music inspired her to learn each instrument by ear at home before taking music lessons to hone her skills. Alyssa believes that every student deserves an individual approach to lessons and caters to each student’s personal learning style to keep them engaged and passionate about their instrument. She has four-years experience teaching piano, guitar, ukulele, and vocal lessons in her hometown of Burlington throughout her high school years.
In 2020, Alyssa began her Honors Bachelors degree majoring in Music with a specialty in Vocal Studies at the University of Guelph. Since living in Guelph, she has participated in the Kiwanis Music Festival, placing first in the Contemporary Music category and has become a regular at the Bullring open mic nights. While working towards the completion of her music degree, she is currently recording her debut EP and continuing her career as an original folk/pop musician.
Alyssa has found her way to stages such as Burlington’s Sound of Music Festival, the Easter Seals Telethon televised live on CBC, Revival Music Hall in Toronto, five feature episodes on Cogeco’s Community Channel of her live performances, and many more throughout the GTA. While performing live, she has found her confidence and learned the value of being authentic and vulnerable through music. Alyssa is a big advocate for putting yourself out there and will encourage her students to get up on stage to share their talents with their community.