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Kelly Mollnow Wilson
B.M.E., Baldwin-Wallace College
M.M. in Flute Performance,The Ohio State University
Licensed Body Mapping Educator, 2007
Flutist Kelly Wilson has nine years of teaching experience in the instrumental music department of the Wooster City Schools in Wooster, OH. While at Wooster, her responsibilities included directing the Freshman Band, assisting with 200+ member High School Marching Band, teaching fifth and sixth grade woodwinds, and coaching middle school girls basketball and volleyball. Kelly teaches private flute lessons out of her home and welcomes Body Mapping students of all ages and abilities. She is available to present the six hour course “What Every Musician Needs to Know About the Body,”® as well as shorter, more condensed workshops for music educators, collegiate music education students, high school students, and other groups of musicians.
Kelly’s special interest is teaching Body Mapping principles to children and instrumental music educators. Kelly has taught Body Mapping workshops at the Oberlin Conservatory, the Cleveland Institute of Music, the University of Akron, and for members of the Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra. She has co-presented at the Ohio Music Education Association Conference with Lea Pearson in 2004 and was a panelist on the Physical Fix-it Panel sponsored jointly by the Pedagogy and Performance Health Committees at the 2006 National Flute Association Convention in Pittsburgh.
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