About

Kathryn wearing glasses and a pale hate with white, pink and yellow flowers Kathryn Rose was born in Saskatchewan, Canada and studied music from the age of four. She composed her first piano piece at the age of seven and started playing the horn at eleven, winning a medal in a provincial music festival when she was only twelve. She studied horn and piano at the University of Lethbridge, Canada before moving to London in the year 2000. In London she studied with Julian Baker before attending Trinity College of Music, where she studied horn with Stephen Stirling and Roger Montgomery, and jazz with Jim Rattigan and Mark Bassey.

In London, Kathryn has performed several solo recitals as both horn player and pianist, and acted as musical director for various community dramatic productions. She has also performed on serpent and tenor cor and busked on the London Underground. She is currently Director of Music at St Andrew’s Church, Leytonstone, where several of her works have been sung; other churches that have used her music include St John’s Edinburgh, St Mary’s Addington, St Paul’s Woldingham and St Chad’s, Chadwell Heath. In April 2014 her work was selected to be included in a community songbook, “Sing For Our Planet”, and in 2015 one of her hymns was featured in a hymnody workshop at the London Festival of Contemporary Choral Music.

Kathryn has a strong interest in making music more readily available to the general public and is passionate about removing barriers to access. She has organized performances of public-domain music aimed at raising awareness of copyright and intellectual property issues from the perspective of audience, performers and composers.

Kathryn might eventually get around to updating this page in first person, but right now she’s busy working on more urgent tasks.


Comments

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  1. Hi Kathryn
    Sorry to contact you via your website.
    I have had a total technology meltdown.
    Lost emails and mobile numbers.
    Just thinking about a pre Christmas tuning visit.
    Do send me a text!! (or something).
    Best wishes as ever,
    Tarquin

    (edited to remove phone number from public comment)

  2. Dear Kathryn, I just heard from your Mom about the upcoming nuptuals. Best wishes. I always ask your Mom about you when we talk; she is so proud of you ( as am I).
    take care and all my love!!
    Lois

  3. Hi Kathryn, I was interested to read about you. I was living at Mile End when I was at Trinity College of Music as a Junior exhibitioner and then full time student. I taught in the Mile End area for a while , then moved to the isle of Skye, where I was the founder conductor of the young musicians orchestra… Then moved to the Isle of Lewis, getting involved in youth music initiative… Now, I am teaching music in India… Always interested in making music accessible to as many people as possible. I am also an organist.

  4. Preciosa la musica sacra en latìn. y sobre todo es sublime para la Sma. Virgen y Nuestro Señor. Muchas gracias.
    Ines Marìa Castellano
    Argentina

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