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Kathryn Vetter, Clarinet

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New Jersey-native, Kathryn Vetter, is a clarinetist pursuing her doctorate of musical arts at Stony Brook University. In 2018, Kathryn placed first in the Contemporary Performance Competition at the Cortona Sessions for New Music in Cortona, Italy and performed as a soloist with the Oklahoma Community Orchestra after winning their Young Artists Competition. Kathryn is a member of several chamber ensembles, including Sputter Box, Oasi Trio, and Echo Chamber Ensemble. In addition to teaching the Stony Brook undergraduate clarinet studio, Kathryn teaches private clarinet, saxophone, flute, and music theory lessons and early childhood music classes with the Long Island Studio of Music. In the spring of 2016, she served as a maternity-leave replacement for Dr. Suzanne Tirk at the University of Oklahoma, where she taught and managed the clarinet studio. Kathryn also won the OU Provost's Certificate of Distinction in Teaching and taught collegiate music theory and aural skills classes through her music theory graduate teaching assistantship. Kathryn earned her master’s degrees in clarinet performance and music theory from the University of Oklahoma and a bachelor’s in music education from Michigan State University.