Meet the Conductor

Kathleen Berger

Kathleen Berger graduated Summa Cum Laude with Distinction from Boston University with a B.M. in Woodwind Performance (Flute) and Music Education and a Masters in Creative Arts Education from Fitchberg State College. She has studied flute with many of the worlds most notable players: Doriot Dwyer, Julius Baker, Marianne Gedigian, Marya Martin, Carol Wincenc, Alexander Murray, Jeffrey Khaner, Gary Schocker, Julia Bogorad, and Adam Kuenzel. Ms. Berger has worked as a general music and instrumental music teacher in the Shrewsbury Public Schools and an Instrumental Director at Lincoln-Sudbury High School. She has led a student-run, pre-concert lecture series, participated in a number of music festivals, and organized Benefit Concerts and Recital Hours.

As a conductor, Ms. Berger has attended the American String Teachers’ Association’s International Workshop in Stravanger, Norway and the Conductors Workshop of America at the University of Iowa. Currently, Ms. Berger teaches flute in the Wellesley Public Schools, conducts the Worcester Youth Concert Orchestra, directs the flute choir at Assumption College in Worcester, and cares for her two children in addition to working with the Colleges of the Fenway Orchestra.

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Past Conductors:

2002-2005 Brenda Leach
2000-2002 Richard Salvante, founder