Kathryn Lockwood



Area of Study

Chamber Music

Career Highlights

M.M. University of Southern California
Graduate Diploma of Music, Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Australia
B.M. Queensland Conservatorium, Australia

Australian violist Kathryn Lockwood leads an active and varied career as performer, teacher, and artistic director. Kathryn’s career launched straight out of graduate school as founding member of the Pacifica Quartet where she traveled the world concertizing and recording. After moving to New York in 2001 Kathryn soon claimed the viola chair of the internationally renowned Lark Quartet. Always evolving and thinking out of the box, Kathryn formed the innovative group duoJalal with percussionist and husband Yousif Sheronick.

Kathryn’s creative mind led her to be appointed Artistic Director for the Four Seasons in Music at the Sands Point Preserve Conservancy – a very special series presenting four magical concerts with unique themed programs of chamber music and poetry. Kathryn is also the Artistic Director for the “Music@MoMA” Series – an intimate salon style chamber music series and is co-artistic director of the Telluride MusicFest – a week long summer festival as part of Telluride Chamber Music.

Kathryn is currently tenured faculty at the John Cali School of Music at Montclair State University, previously serving on the faculty at University of Massachusetts/Amherst, Rutgers University in NJ, Northwestern University, University of Chicago, and Music Institute of Chicago. As Curator of the Immersive Residency Program at Montclair State University, she oversees weeklong residency visits of internationally renowned artists and groups.

She earned her Master’s Degree with Donald McInnes at the University of Southern California, and her Bachelor of Music Degree from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music with Elizabeth Morgan.

Learn more at kathrynlockwood.com.