A pianist since 1993 and a flautist since 1998, Kit Murley attended the University of Prince Edward Island and graduated with honours in 2009 with a Bachelor of Music Education, specialising in flute. After graduating, Kit joined Prince Edward Island Registered Music Teachers' Association immediately afterward and served on the executive as Secretary until moving to Ontario in 2014.
A private music teacher since 2006, Kit was also a regular staff member of two Prince Edward Island band camps: the Eastern School District Band Camp and the Englewood Band Camp until its merger with the Eastern School District Band Camp.
Kit has played with the Prince Edward Island Symphony Orchestra, was a founding member of the PEI-based Cuban band "The Count and the Cuban Cocktail," and has volunteered extensively with numerous churches, providing occasional music on a regular basis.
Kit also acts as a transcriber, both for students and for other musicians. One recent project was transcribing the music for Hank Stinson's theatrical adaptation of "Wally Finds His Inner Bear."
Since moving to Ottawa, Kit has joined the Ontario Registered Music Teachers' Association and the Ottawa Flute Association, and recently gave a master class on tone to a group of enthusiastic flute students from Grades 9-11 at Nepean High School.