Katie Ostrosky, Piano
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Katie Ostrosky, NCTM, is a dedicated music teacher and has had an active private teaching studio since 2002. Her teaching goals are to stimulate the brain, while inspiring the heart. As a Musikinesis certified teacher, Ms. Ostrosky uses a multi-sensory approach with her students, engaging music with movement in addition to traditional pedagogical methods to help her students play with musicality and artistic expression. Her students are often selected to participate in honors masterclasses and regularly score very highly on the Trinity Guildhall College of London Practical Exams. She is a nationally certified member of the Music Teacher’s National Association, Harford County Piano Teacher’s Association, and she is currently serving on the board of directors for the Music Teacher’s Association of Greater Baltimore.
Ms. Ostrosky holds Bachelor and Master of Music degrees, both in piano performance from Towson University where she studied piano with Eva Mengelkoch and pipe organ with Tim Murphy. During her undergraduate studies, she was the recipient of the Reynaldo Reyes Piano Scholarship and the James L. Dunbar Memorial Music Scholarship. Her graduate research into the works of Ignaz Moscheles, a nineteenth century pianist and teacher, earned the Graduate Student Association Research Award and the Harold J. Kaplan Grant.
An experienced performer, Katie Ostrosky has given performances in 35 states and continues to perform publicly in many capacities. She is a staff accompanist for the UMBC dance department and plays collaboratively with choirs and soloists in the surrounding counties. She can also be heard providing music for churches throughout the Baltimore region.