Katrina King Nicholson
Flute, Music Theory, Student Flute Choir Instructor
Katrina King Nicholson is a native of upstate New York with bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the Cleveland Institute of Music and a doctorate from the Shenandoah Conservatory. She is the winner of numerous competitions in the Rochester and Cleveland areas and has performed as soloist with groups including the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Finger Lakes Symphony Orchestra, Case Baroque Orchestra, and Cleveland Institute of Music Symphony Orchestra.
She has a special interest in music theory and historical performance, holding a music theory minor from CIM and Early Music Performers’ Certificates from Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Nicholson is an active flute teacher and freelancer in the greater D.C. area with over fifteen years’ experience, and currently serves on the faculties of the International School of Music, Workhouse Arts Center, and Expressions Music Academy. In her spare time, she enjoys trail runs, classic literature, and experiments in the kitchen.