Kathryn is a versatile player doubling on clarinet, saxophone and flute, performing in everything from orchestras to jazz funk bands.

She has played in the pit orchestra for many shows in and around London doubling clarinet, bass clarinet, Eb clarinet, all the saxophones and flute. She has also played bass clarinet and clarinet in several London orchestras including West London Symphonia and The London Welsh Chorale.

Kathryn is a part of The Limbic System, the influencial South West jazz project created by Harry Fulcher. She performed on the album, playing mainly bass clarinet and saxophone, and then continued to promote it with a tour around the South of England. 

Kathryn is a founder member of ‘Pipeworks’ clarinet quartet has performed at weddings, functions and concerts including Ealing Jazz Festival and the Holocaust Remembrance in Ealing.

With her pianist Anna le Hair, Kathryn also enjoys solo performance. In 1998 Kathryn won the British Reserve Woodwind Prize playing Paul Patterson’s ‘Conversations’.

Kathryn was recently a member of ‘Terry Drummond’s Stomp’ jazz-funk octet, which had a residency at the Bulls Head, Barnes, in South West London, playing tenor saxophone. She was also a member of ‘Jazz Not Jazz’ Quartet which played at the opening of Raymond Blanc’s restaurant in Cheltenham.