Kaitlin Deavy

Faculty - Music

 

Welcome to the fast-paced, fresh, and energy-packed musical world of Kaitlin Deavy.  After a brief career as a mechanical engineer, reporting to NASA and programming brain surgery robots in Toronto, Kaitlin discovered that her passion for music had outgrown her aptitude for math.  She moved to the west coast to immerse herself in songwriting, performing and studying music.  In addition to her Bachelor of Engineering for the University of Guelph, Kaitlin holds a singer-Songwriter Certificate from Langara College, and Diplomas in Music Technology and Music Therapy from Douglas College.

Kaitlin has been teaching private and group guitar, piano, and ukulele lessons for the past 6 years with students ranging from ages 4 to 84.  In addition, she perform live and organizes a wide range of musical events, workshops, and camps across the Lower Mainland, BC.  

When she's not filling the minds of young rockstars with inspiration, you can find Kaitlin dishin out upbeat and humorous folk-rock as the front woman of the Cat Murphy Band.  Her songwriting will bring you to tears, make you dance and make you laugh as she recounts the awkward, painful, and everyday stories of her life and those around her. 

So buckle and get ready to be inspired, entertained or educated by Kaitlin Deavy!