Musician Mike Krieglstein, a 2010 music education alumnus of North Central College, has joined the staff of the Vero Voce School of Visual and Performing Arts in St. Charles as a guitar and bass teacher, the Aurora Beacon-News reported.
Krieglstein earned his degree in K-12 instrumental music education with a minor in secondary education. His experience includes filming music videos in places such as Morocco, Beijing and Naperville, and creating commissioned music for the History Channel.
Krieglstein’s songwriting stretches the gamut of his personal experience in his 2011 album, “Everyday Sounds.” Since then he has had the opportunity to not only perform in Beijing but to also lecture at the Beijing International Studies University (BISU) on the topics of art and aesthetics. Samples of Krieglstein’s music can be heard on his website, K-Nein.com.
Vero Voce was established in 2001 as an in-home studio, specializing in private voice, piano lessons and musical theater coaching. It recently was expanded into a 4,000-square-foot facility with multiple studios and classrooms in St. Charles. Visit verovoce.com to learn more.
Krieglstein was featured artist in February during a Tuesday music night series presented by WONC-FM 89.1. He was interviewed on the radio station, then performed a free live concert in the basement of the Rolland Center Boilerhouse Café.