Erin Doyle is a multi-instrumentalist from Overland, Kansas with a love of music and teaching. Graduating from Southern Methodist University’s Meadows School of the Arts, she studied flute under professional Jean Larson Garver, also known as the former principal flute of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and received her Bachelor of Music Degree in flute performance and her minor in arts management. Within her time at SMU she also studied piano, saxophone, clarinet, and jazz flute. Now residing in Dallas, Texas, Miss Doyle sings and plays flute and piano for church services at SMU, St. Monica, and other surrounding churches. She is currently a piano accompanist for the Junior League of Dallas and other choirs, and is involved with the Dallas community as she plays woodwinds and piano in local bands. Other skills of Miss Doyle include the knowledge and performance of multiple genres, sight reading, and improvising. In her free time Miss Doyle enjoys playing saxophone on street corners and making covers of songs by Ben Folds and Queen.
Erin Doyle is a proud instructor here at Sam Ash in Dallas’ Learning Center where she excels in teaching children and young adults alike. Using her prior knowledge of music performance, she can teach a variety of genres, basic and skilled techniques on all instruments on her repertoire to all her students.