Dr. Katherine Sinsabaugh is the Supervisor of Fine and Performing Arts in Port Chester UFSD and she is an Adjunct Assistant Professor Teachers College, Columbia University. An active researcher and writer Katherine has presented at the International Suzuki Conference, MENC, Gender in Women, RIME. She has written for and been published in the ASTA Journal, Teaching Artists Journal, MENC, RIME publications among others. Her research focus includes gender issues, instrumental selection, self-regulated learning and music partnerships. She is an arts leader who is the Treasurer of NYSCAME. Katherine Sinsabaugh is currently a member of the Cara Quartet. She has performed with the Sinsabaugh / Hall Duo and Trio Angelicus, both of which made their New York debuts in Carnegie Recital Hall. As a NY freelancer, she has performed in numerous Broadway Shows, including Ragtime, Show Boat, Kiss of the Spiderwoman and with area freelance orchestras. She has toured with Barbara Streisand, Pavrotti, and Andrea Bocelli to name a few. As a chamber musician Katherine has performed in The American Landmark Series, Trinity Church, Vermont Mozart Festival, St. Paul’s Arts Festival, The Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church Music Series, Bowdoin Summer Music Festival and The Aspen Festival. Katherine holds a Doctorate in Music and Music Education from Teachers College — Columbia University. Prior studies include an MM from the Manhattan School of Music where she was a scholarship student of Karen Tuttle and Burton Kaplan and a BA from Barnard College-Columbia University where she studied with Paul Doktor at the Julliard School, receiving among other prizes the Alpha Zeta Fellowship.