Katie plays the harp at many Cape Cod churches including the Federated
Church of Hyannis, the Brewtser Baptist Church, the Hyannis Christian
Science Church, Our Lady of Victory in Centerville, the Unitarian
Universalists Church of Barnstable and Unity Church of the Light
She'll gladly play preludes, solos or accompany a choir. As an
accompanist, Katie has played such works such as Britten's "Ceremony
of Carols" and Saint-Saens's "Christmas Oratorio."
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Katie is also available to provide soothing harp music for funerals
and memorial services.
Are you looking for a guest artist to perform for your school, ladies
group, library or church club? How would you like to spend an hour
learning about the harp? Here are three programs waiting in the
wings just for you:
Harp Around the World & Harping the Time Away:
harp is one of the oldest instruments in the
world dating back to
2500 BC, but no single country
can claim it's origin. It's the national
symbol if Ireland and Paraguay. So where did it come from and what
type of music do you play on it? From the single string of a bow
and arrow to the 47 strngs of a pedal harp; Let's explore the music
and the history of the harp!
. . . and coming soon:
The Music of Thomas Moore - Based on their 2003 performance during
the Historical Harp Symposium in Boston, MA. Explore the music of
Thomas Moore with harpist Katie Lynch Koglin and her husband, tenor Steven
Schools: Besides solo performances, Katie is also available
to work with schools to accompany a choir, add depth to a stage
or pit orchestra or attend an instrument petting zoo!