If you're looking for music for a special event, then look no further
than the elegance, versatility, and experience of harpist and vocalist, Katie Lynch Koglin.
The harp is the perfect instrument for a romantic wedding or elegant
dinner party. Add an extra special touch to a reception, holiday
party or corporate meeting for two hundred or an intimate dinner
for two for a proposal or anniversary.
A Cape Cod local, Katie plays the harp from Woods Hole to Provincetown
to Boston. She may be seen at venues including Wychmere Harbor Club, Wequassett Inn, Chatham Bars Inn, Captain Linnell House, Coonamessett Inn, Sea Crest Resort, Boston Museum of Fine Art, Cape Cod Museum of Art, Highfield Hall, Eastward Ho! Country Club, Willowbend, the Brookside Club, Wianno Club, Dan'l Webster Inn, and many churches. Katie is also available for performances
for schools, healthcare facilities and non-profit groups.
Bye, Bye Birdie Presented by the Blue Falcon Theatre Company of Mashpee High School
Fri and Sat, March 14 & 15 at 8pm
Sun, March 16 at 2pm
Directed by Pat Farrell
Music Direction by Katie Lynch Koglin
New Bedford Symphony "A Feast of Three"
Camille Saint-Saens: Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso for Violin Marlos Nobre: Poema II for Cello and Strings Beethoven: Triple Concerto Franck: Symphonic Variations for Piano and Orchestra Ravel: Bolero
With The Weiss-Kaplan-Newman Trio
Sat, April 12 at 8pm
A Musical Sentimental Journey: Katie Lynch Koglin Celebrates the 100th Birthday of her Harp
Join harpist and vocalist Katie Lynch Koglin and friends to celebrate the music of her 100 year old harp, Magnolia! Originally owned and nicknamed by Helen Rogers, the harpist for Rodgers and Hammerstein, Magnolia is a Lyon & Healy model 22 harp that was completed on April 14, 1914, and used for many recitals and Rodgers and Hammerstein productions by Helen and Katie. From Salzedo to South Pacific, join us for a Harpy Birthday Concert!
April 27th at 2pm
Cotuit Center for the Arts, Rt 28, Cotuit
$20 general admission, $17 Seniors, $15 members http://www.cotuitcenterforthearts.org/
Katie was a featured model in Cape Magazines photography spread, "Glamour of Another Era," April 2013 - photography by Frank & Helen Coombs, You Ought to be in Pictures
“This had better be good,” warned my friend Marilyn Brice, who shares not only my first name, but also my love of flute music, as she got into my car for a trip out to Dennis to see “The Song of the Lark” at the Cape Cod Museum of Art. Last Sunday afternoon’s performance featured Somerville flutist Laura Smolowitz and Cotuit harpist Katie Lynch Koglin. <Read More>
"In the past fifteen years of officiating wedding ceremonies I have had the pleasure of working with many fine musicians. And while many are good, there are a few which stand out as exceptional , Katie Lynch is one such person.
Katie is a real pro, who's knowledge and experience has made her a gifted harpist. Her love of music and her passion to share that with others is what makes her outstanding in her field. Katie Lynch exudes confidence, grace, and poise and brings to her work not only technical precision but a spiritual quality of expression which can be felt in her music. " Rev. Faith Lavender