Kate Sekula Special Adjunct of Music

Kate Sekula

Special Adjunct of Music
Room 251 | Davis Hall


Kate Sekula is currently a graduate student at the University of Connecticut and is pursuing a Ph.D. in music theory and history.  Her proposed dissertation topic is: “Utilizing Computer Programming to Analyze Post-tonal Music:  Segmentation and Contour Analysis of Twentieth-Century Post-Tonal Music for Solo Flute.”  Kate holds a B.S. in music education and a B.A. in flute performance from Lebanon Valley College and a M.M. in flute performance from George Mason University where she studied with Ms. Judith Lapple.  Recently, she has presented papers for the New York Chapter of the American Musicological Association (in joint with the North American British Music Association) and for the International Network of Alternative Academia’s symposium entitled: “Awe, Wonder and Passion: Music and the Creation of Meaning.”     

Kate has studied flute with Barbara Divine (formerly of the United States Coast Guard Band), Dr. Theresa Bowers (Gettysburg University) and the late Judith Lapple (formerly of the United States Army Band and Orchestra).  



Ph.D, Music Theory and History, University of Connecticut, currently ABD.

Master of Music, Flute Performance, George Mason University, 2003

BA, Flute Performance, Lebanon Valley College, 2002

BS, Music Education, Lebanon Valley College, 2001



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