Ms. Annie Laurie Tuttle
, Boston University
Annie Laurie Tuttle
Humanities Instructor - Ancient Studies
Smith College, B.A. Music
Boston University, M.M. Music Composition
Annie Laurie began her teaching career as a part-time music teacher at Winsor School in Boston while she was in graduate school. After earning her Masters degree in Music, she spent 20 years in Baltimore, where she taught Music and English at Gilman School and Roland Park Country School. From there she moved to Rhode Island and spent 13 years living in a dorm and teaching at St. George’s School. She served as Chair of the Music Department, taught a wide variety of courses, directed musicals, instrumental and choral ensembles, and gave individual instruction in voice and piano. She moved to Asheville School in 2014 with her husband, Burke Rogers, and her two sons, MIsha and Sasha. Although she appreciates being able to get back to Rhode Island in the summer (not in the winter!), Annie Laurie is enjoying getting to know Asheville, especially the food, the beer, the beautiful mountains, and the music. She particularly loves singing with the Asheville Choral Society.