Projects

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The kitchen sync

is a trio dedicated to providing engaging and accessible programming for all audiences.  This ensemble focuses on issues of diversity, education, creativity, cross-collaboration, and of course, FOOD!  Performances are given in a variety of settings including house concerts, schools, food banks, and beyond.  Members are Katherine Emeneth (flute), Cathy Kilroe-Smith (horn), and Akiko Iguchi (piano).  

Website coming soon!

 
 
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Flutissimo!  uga summer flute workshop

With the goal of guiding and encouraging flutists to tap into their innate talents and expand their abilities, this program gives each participant the opportunity to work with wold class performers and teachers, being taught in masterclass sessions, performing in public performance classes, and receiving private lessons.  In addition there are educational seminars covering a variety of non-performance topics and special events including recital performances by faculty and guest artists.  Katherine is one of the co-founders of Flutissimo!  Find out more at www.flutissimouga.com

 
 
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Educational advantage: flute

One of the only fully accredited schools that offers high school credit for courses online, Educational Advantage offers courses in applied instrumental instruction.  High school students can take online lessons for high school credit!  Whether you are a beginner or have been playing the flute for years, you can sign up to take Katherine's courses for credit towards your high school degree!  Katherine wrote the curriculum for two semesters of flute lessons (and is working on two more) and is the Lead Teacher for the course.  The courses will be available to the public in the coming weeks!  Find out more at http://educationaladvantageonline.com/courses/ 

 
 
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national flute association: membership committee 

Katherine is the chair of the National Flute Association's Membership Committee.  The National Flute Association is the largest flute organization in the world.  Approximately 5,000 members from more than 50 countries join together in person, online, at conventions, informally and in forums, through publications and classrooms, in performance, in friendship and collegiality. Guided by its goals to encourage a higher standard of artistic excellence for the flute, its performers, and its literature, members include leading soloists, orchestral players, jazz and world music performers, teachers, adult amateurs, and students of all ages.  For more information and to join, visit this site: http://www.nfaonline.org/