Kathy Liperote

Kathy Liperote

Assistant Professor of Music Education, part time

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Biography

Kathy Liperote is Assistant Professor of Music Education (pt) at the Eastman School of Music. Her teaching and research focus on the music learning process, aural-skills development linked to instrumental performance, and musicianship skills for teaching at the elementary and secondary levels.

Dr. Liperote has presented at state and regional MENC conferences, and taught at numerous collegiate institutions, including Central Connecticut State University, The University of Michigan, Nazareth College, State University of New York at Buffalo, and University of Wisconsin Colleges, Waukesha. She is also on the Instrumental Certification Faculty for the Gordon Institute for Music Learning.

Prior to receiving the PhD in Music Education from Eastman, Dr. Liperote taught instrumental music for 15 years in Baldwinsville and West Genesee School Districts in Central New York State. She is a graduate of the Crane School of Music and Syracuse University. Her article, “Audiation for Beginning Instrumentalists: Listen, Speak, Read, Write” was published in the Music Educators Journal.