Kaimilani Mullaney was born in California and started studying Music and the Violin at the early age of 8 years old.
Since then, Kaimi has developed a great passion for music, and is motivated and inspired by a large variety of music, from Pink Floyd to Debussy. In High School Kaimi had the opportunity to play in Carnegie Hall as well as the California Music Education Association Conference. During her senior year, Kaimi was a coach for her local intermediate school’s violin section, and during that time began taking on music students of her own. Kaimi is currently attending the University of Hawaii at Manoa where she is pursuing a BA in music and hopefully in later years a BED in "Music Education". She is also currently involved in the University of Hawaii Symphony Orchestra as a violinist. Kaimi is excited to share her musical knowledge with her students here at Chuck James Music School.
“Music enhances the education of our children by helping them to make connections and broadening the depth with which they think and feel. If we are to hope for a society of culturally literate people, music must be a vital part of our children’s education.” – Yo-Yo Ma