Kathy Morse (B.S., Music Education, B.M., Music Therapy 1977) Her first job was with the State Orchestra of Mexico. Upon returning to the United States, she earned her Masters Degree from Yale University and toured world wide with various ensembles. She has carried her passion for music into the classroom for the past 26 years and has led teacher workshops for Carnegie Hall and the New York Philharmonic.
Ms. Morse received a "Fund for Teachers" grant to research three Russian cities history, culture and musical composers to create interdisciplinary learning incorporating music, dance, and architecture.
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