Kamberlyn (Kami) Weber is a passionate, powerful, and dynamic performer. Having studied intensively from the age of three, her palette of fine arts includes ballroom dancing, ballet, tap, jazz, modern, classical voice, violin and piano, mandolin, marimba, drums, and percussion.
For the past twenty-five years, Kami has toured the world dancing, singing, and playing music with her family in their musical variety production show. She has also shared the stage with such artists as Pam Tillis, the Osmonds, Tony Orlando, Alabama, Lee Greenwood, and David Archuleta. Some of her favorite venues include the 2002 Olympics, the Pais Vasco Cathedral in Spain, and the "Window of the World" international outdoor stage in Shenzen, China. In addition, was a featured percussionist in Brazil for the World Percussion Project.
Kami has been coaching amateur ballroom couples and teaching social dance since the age of 15. Her ballroom credentials include three national titles with the Brigham Young University Youth Formation Teams, both in the Latin and International Standard divisions. At just 12 years of age, she and her competitive partner were ranked 13th in the country in the International Latin division. Kami's dream of dancing at Blackpool led her to audition for the reigning world-champion formation team in 1998. She made the team when just 16 years old.
Having maintained violin studios in both Branson, Missouri and Nashville for some time, she currently runs the Nashville Suzuki Academy. Through the years she has also organized many community and religious outreach programs using fine arts as a vehicle. Her passion has been to enrich the lives of youth, many of whom have come from troubled and poverty-stricken homes.
With permanent roots now in Nashville, Kami and her husband Mark are laying the foundation for their own performing arts academy. With their philosophy of math, fine arts, and science together as one great whole, their vision is to produce human beings with beautiful hearts, making a difference one lesson at a time.