Kate SekulaSpecial Adjunct of Music
Kate is originally from Connecticut. She has 17 years of experience as a private instructor of flute and piano, 10 years of experience as a vocal accompanist and vocal coach, 7 years of experience as a church musician (conductor, pianist, organist) and 6 years of experience as a university-level classroom instructor. Areas of university instruction include ear training, written harmony and woodwind techniques. Kate's research interest is in twentieth-century music theory. Specifically, set music theory and the analysis of sacred choral music written by Sir Michael Tippett. She is also interested in the collaborative history of music and science and mathematics as well as the use of computer programming to generate new methods for music analysis.
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 in Music Theory ad History, University of Connecticut, currently ABD.
Master of Music in Flute Performance, George Mason University, 2003
Bachelor of Arts in Flute Performance, Lebanon Valley College, 2002
Bachelor of Science in Music Education, Lebanon Valley College, 2001