Kathleen Scheide has concertized as a harpsichord and organ soloist throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico,
Europe, Russia, the Far East and Caribbean. She has received touring artist grants from the Arkansas Arts Council, California
Arts Council, the American Embassies in Prague and Vienna, and the Czech Embassy in St. Petersburg. Dr. Scheide regularly
performs chamber music with Le Meslange des Plaisirs and Voix seraphique on historic string keyboard instruments; and as Due
Solisti (flute/organ) with Czech flutist Zofie Volalkova.
Scheide earned degrees in early music (with
honors) and organ performance (organ department prize) at New England Conservatory and the University of Southern California.
Her teachers have included John Gibbons and Cherry Rhodes. She teaches harpsichord at Westminster Choir College of Rider University,
Princeton, and teaches online and sometimes traditional classes for Burlington County College. She lives in a 17th-century
stone house Wiggan, and plays organ in the 1740 stone barn at Church of the Loving Shepherd, Bournelyf, West Chester.
Her compositions have been published by Darcey Press, Piano Press, Time Warner, Wayne Leupold and World Library.
Her recordings are available on Dutch HLM, Organ Historical Society, Palatine and Raven labels.