Kathryn Rosenbach teaches piano and chamber ensembles at Powers Music School, where she is also a piano accompanist and chair of the Piano Department. She holds Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts degrees from SUNY-Buffalo and an Artist's Diploma from Accademia Musicale di Chigiana (Italy), and completed doctoral studies at Eastman School of Music. She also completed studies at Chautauqua Institute, SUNY-Fredonia, and Cleveland Institute of Music. Kathryn has been Artistic Director of Composers in Red Sneakers and Music Director of St. John's United Methodist Church in Watertown. In the chamber music community, she has played with the Janus 21 Chamber Ensemble and the Avatar Ensemble. She is a BMI composer, was a member of the U/B Percussion Ensemble, and participated in the recording of "Music for Six" by Lukas Foss on CRI under the direction of Jan Williams. Kathryn has recorded for BBC, NPR, and PBS, and has been featured in the videos "What Makes Music?" and "Explorations and Transformations." Her performances include premieres of Nancy Van de Vate, Yehudi Wyner, Lejarin Hiller, and Marlos Nobre. She has studied with David Burge, Leo Smit, Guido Agosti, Barbara Lister-Sink and Stephen Manes. In addition to Powers, she has taught at Community Music School of Buffalo, SUNY-Buffalo, Eastman School of Music, Nazareth College, Longy School of Music, and Simmons College. For more information about Kathryn, please visit www.kathrynrosenbach.com.