contemporary music and free improvisation

September 9, 2010


Kathryn released her second solo album, “Masked” in both CD and vinyl formats. Check out the “music” page for samples and “store” page on where it can be purchased.

Read a review of “Masked” in The Wholenote here
Read a review of “Masked” in Musicworks Magazine here

Kathryn successfully completed her PhD at York University. Her dissertation, titled “The Improvising Musician’s Mask: Using Musical Instruments to Build Self-Confidence and Social Skills in Collective Free Improvisation” was nominated for a university-wide dissertation prize.

Kathryn was awarded a Region of Waterloo Arts Fund grant to collaborate with visual artist Isabella Stefanescu and percussionist Dave Klassen on a new project for bass clarinet, percussion, and euphonopen called, “Learning to See”. Learn more about the Region of Waterloo Arts Fund here.

Kathryn wins the Cook Homes Music Award at the Waterloo Region Arts Awards!
See the full list of winners here.

Kathryn brought the International Society for Improvised Music conference to Canada for the first time!
KW Record article about the 9th annual ISIM conference.

Kathryn toured as a soloist across Canada in May and June, 2015 as part of The Circuit touring network for improvising musicians.
Review of Kathryn’s performance in Ottawa.

Kathryn’s debut CD with her bass clarinet/percussion duo, “Stealth”, was released in July, 2015. The album is titled “…Listen” and is currently available on iTunes and CD Baby.
Album review of “…Listen”

Other Links:
Kathryn appears on Episode 7 of Clarineat

Reviews of Kathryn’s debut CD release “Open”:
Review of Open – Weird Canada
Review of Open – keepsmealive blog
Review of Open – Wholenote Magazine
Review of Kathryn’s CD Release Party

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