Katherine Burk

Katherine Burk (b. 1990) is an organist, conductor, vocalist, and composer pursuing the Doctor of Music degree in organ performance at Indiana University, where she is a student of Christopher Young. She currently serves as Organ Scholar at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Portland, Oregon. Additionally, she has taught undergraduate aural skills courses at IU and has sung in NOTUS, IU's contemporary vocal ensemble, under the direction of Dominick DiOrio. She earned the MM degree in organ at IU and the BM degree in organ and music education from St. Olaf College; while at St. Olaf, she studied organ with Catherine Rodland, conducting with Anton Armstrong, and voice with Karen Wilkerson as a member of the St. Olaf Choir.

Recently named to the Diapason's "20 Under 30" list of high-achieving young musicians in the fields of organ and church music, Katie is an active recitalist and choral clinician, having recently played solo organ recitals in New York and in several venues across the Midwest. She has served on the faculty at the Royal School of Church Music in America's King's College Summer Training Course and at the Presbyterian Association of Musicians Conference on Worship and Music at Montreat. Her choral compositions have been heard in venues such as the National Cathedral in Washington, DC; St. Mark's, Locust Street in Philadelphia; and at several Royal School of Church Music summer training courses.

Choral octavos
New! Listen, Sweet Dove (Katherine Burk, Two-part treble, kybd., 418-630, Mod. easy)
Listen, Sweet Dove (Katherine Burk, SAB, organ, 418-631, Mod. diff.)


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