A passionate advocate for social justice within music education, Karlie Carbone approaches service from a point of understanding and being in solidarity with the communities she serves. She developed this approach while volunteering for Ignatians Service Organization and completing a Child Development Associate Teacher Permit. Karlie graduated from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles where she received a BA in Music with an emphasis on Vocal Performance.
While at LMU, Karlie was cantor at the LMU Music Ministry, music director of The One Night Stanzas, LMU’s resident acapella group, in addition to being a stage technician at the Murphy Recital Hall. As a vocalist she has performed with the San Diego Master Chorale and participated in the Frost School of Music Summer Program in Salzburg. Recently, Karlie was Lead Teacher at St. Mark Preschool in Encinitas. Karlie is looking forward to serving the students and teachers of the Young Musicians Foundation.