Meet our newest teacher

Starting this week, Katie Sokolowski will joining the family at MSOM. Let us know right away if you're interested in taking voice, violin, or piano lessons with Katie.

Katie Sokolowski is currently a senior at West Chester University of Pennsylvania pursuing a degree in Music Education, with minors in both music history and special education. Her primary area of performance is voice, although she also plays and instructs on violin and piano. Katie is a classically trained vocalist, however also enjoys performing jazz and contemporary classics. She grew up playing classical violin, and later branched out to playing traditional Irish fiddle. Currently, she interns with the Kennett Symphony Children’s Choir, a group providing higher-level choral education to local students ages 5-18. Katie performs with various West Chester University choirs, ranging from Cantari Donne (women’s choir) to Concert Choir (32-voice select choir). In her free time, Katie has performed with KIGAKU, a string ensemble with a focus performing contemporary music from Disney films and video games. She also directs the WCU Gracenotes, an all female ensemble performing primary barbershop and a capella music.Katie Sokolowski is currently a senior at West Chester University of Pennsylvania pursuing a degree in Music Education, with minors in both music history and special education. Her primary area of performance is voice, although she also plays and instructs on violin and piano. Katie is a classically trained vocalist, however also enjoys performing jazz and contemporary classics. She grew up playing classical violin, and later branched out to playing traditional Irish fiddle. Currently, she interns with the Kennett Symphony Children’s Choir, a group providing higher-level choral education to local students ages 5-18. Katie performs with various West Chester University choirs, ranging from Cantari Donne (women’s choir) to Concert Choir (32-voice select choir). In her free time, Katie has performed with KIGAKU, a string ensemble with a focus performing contemporary music from Disney films and video games. She also directs the WCU Gracenotes, an all female ensemble performing primary barbershop and a capella music.

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