Kat Robinson is a freelance horn player and music educator residing in the DMV metro area. Originally from Los Angeles, she is currently pursuing her Doctor of Musical Arts in Horn Performance at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Kat is a member of the US Army Reserves and currently serves as Principal Horn of the 300th Army Band. She performs in the Brass Quintet, Ceremonial Band, and Concert Band and was recently promoted to the rank of Staff Sergeant. She currently serves as Non-Commissioned Officer in charge of coordinating logistics for performances and missions for the 300th Army Band. Throughout her ten years of service, she has given over 250 performances in parades, military ceremonies, recitals, concerts, and community events across the U.S. Southwestern region.
She earned her Master of Music degree from the University of Maryland, and her Bachelor of Music degrees in Horn Performance and Instrumental Music Education from California State University Long Beach, Bob Cole Conservatory. She is currently married to her partner Natalie, who also serves as a trumpet player in the 300th Army Band, and they are pet parents of their dog, Kylo-Ren, and their cat, Rey.