Natasha Keating

Ms. Keating’s Education:

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Natasha Keating earned her Bachelor of Music degree from Brigham Young University and her Master of Music degree from Indiana University. She has nearly completed a doctoral degree from Indiana University, as well. Her primary teachers include Geralyn Giovannetti, Linda Strommen, Roger Roe, and Meg Owens.
During her stay at Brigham Young University, Natasha performed with the premier bands and orchestras and was privileged to tour throughout Japan, Korea, and China. She has attended music festivals and performed in Saarburg, Germany in 2010, Saint-Irenee, Quebec in 2011, and Chautauqua, New York in 2012. In 2015, she performed as a soloist with the Credo Music Festival and performed Brandenburg Concertos 1 and 2 in Chicago, Illinois and Cleveland, OH.  More recently, she has maintained an active free-lancing schedule all over the United States on both modern and baroque oboes, including in Indianapolis, Tulsa, Kansas City, Providence, Champaign, and South Bend. She has performed with the Indianapolis Orchestra, and makes regular appearances with the Bloomington Bach Cantata Project in Bloomington, IN.
Natasha is passionate about music theory education and enjoys maintaining an awareness of music theory concepts in the repertoire she performs and teaches to her students. She believes that understanding the theory behind the music we play is the key to musical expression and loves to share this passion with her students.