Staff

MRS. BROWN

 - BS Music Education - Lebanon Valley College '05

 - BA Music (Piano) - Lebanon Valley College '05

 - M Special Education - Saint Joseph's University '12

 - M Theatre - University of Surrey (current)

 

Originally from Mt. Holly, NJ, Mrs. Brown graduated from Lebanon Valley College with B.S. in Music Education and B.A. in Music with Piano Performance Concentration. She studied music at Anglia Ruskin Polytechnic in Cambridge, England. Previous teachers include Mrs. Judith Walter and Dr. Dennis Sweigart.  She completed her master's degree in 2012 in Special Education from Saint Joseph's University.

Kathryn has worked as a soloist and accompanist, playing everything from Bach to Broadway. In 2004, she made her orchestral debut performing Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto Op. 102 No. 1. With her husband, she owns Musik Haus Studios, a music and recording arts studio in Riverton, NJ.  She is active in the local musical theatre world as a vocal coach and music director.

Mrs. Brown has worked and performed in circus and musical theatre.  She toured as an aerialist in Spherus with Greg Kennedy as well as independent shows with bands including The Bridge and Break Science with Adam Deitch.  Her favorite musical productions include Aladdin (Dance Captain), Jekyll and Hyde, Legally Blonde,  and Sweet Charity.

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MS. CONKLIN

She completed her education at Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University and Westminster Choir College, with a concentration in voice pedagogy and performance, and has worked extensively  with notable voice and choral professionals and pedagogues including Drs. Anat Keidar, Scott McCoy, Christopher Arneson, Patrick Gardner, and Zehava Gal.

 

Ms. Conklin has performed most recently at Lincoln’s Center’s Alice Tully Hall as well as part of their Mostly Mozart Festival, singing works such as Brahams’ Ein Deutsches Requiem, Mozart’s C Minor Mass, K. 427, Rachmaninoff’s Vestcherya, and the world premiere of John Luther Adams’ In the Name of the Earth.