Kate Roseman is a graduate of the University of Redlands where she earned her Bachelor Degree in Music Education. Ms. Roseman studied at the Zoltán Kodály Pedagogical Institute of Music in Kecskemét, Hungary, where she specialized in pedagogy and methodology, music history, conducting and ear training. She has furthered her study of the Kodály approach by taking classes in pedagogy, musicianship and choral music at Azusa Pacific University. During the summer of 2018, Ms. Roseman took part in the Fulbright-Hayes Summer Institute on China, sponsored by UC Berkeley, and spent a month traveling and learning about the Silk Road. In addition to teaching at Hamlin, Ms. Roseman also works for the Peninsula Girls Chorus in Burlingame, where she is the Allegra choir director. An alumna of the PGC herself, she has been a part of that organization for more than 20 years. Ms. Roseman is an active member of both the American Choral Directors Association and the Organization of American Kodály Educators. In her spare time, Ms. Roseman likes to spend time hiking, crafting, and going on walks with her dog, Linus.