Katrina Cline is a young, enthusiastic, and highly versatile musician and teacher. Her musical experience is richly varied, ranging from national piano competitions in Ukraine, playing keyboard in a modern worship band in Kazakhstan, and accompanying the Wheaton College Women's Chorale, to conducting the Wheaton College Concert Choir, performing Medieval music in vocal chamber groups, and messing around with vocal jazz during her drive to work.
Katrina grew up in Russia, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine, and graduated from music school in Ukraine with diplomas in both piano and voice. She received her Piano Performance degree in 2019 from Wheaton College, where she studied piano with Dr. Daniel Paul Horn. She also focused heavily on choral training, and served as honors conductor for the Wheaton College Concert Choir under Dr. John Trotter.
Through her study of piano pedagogy with Dr. Karin Edwards, Katrina discovered a talent for teaching piano, which she has been pursuing since her senior year. She enjoys drawing on her varied experience to meet the unique needs of her students. She wants all of her students to learn that music, in all its forms, can be a lifelong companion - and that piano is a wonderful tool with which to discover it!