Kathleen Scheide

Kathleen Scheide has concertized as an organ and harpsichord soloist throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, the Far East and the Caribbean.  She has received touring artist grants from the Arkansas Arts Council, California Arts Council and the American Embassy, Vienna. She is a published composer with a large imprint discography.

Dr. Scheide earned degrees in early music and organ performance at New England Conservatory (with honors) and the University of Southern California (organ department prize).  Her teachers have included John Gibbons and Cherry Rhodes.

She teaches harpsichord at

Princeton, and plays the Wissinger organ at Church of the Loving Shepherd, West Chester.

Dr. Scheide is a Past Dean of the American Guild of Organists, San Diego Chapter, and a presently serves on the Philadelphia Chapter Executive Committee.  She is a Founding Member of the San Diego Harpsichord Society and the Western Early Keyboard Association.

Due Solisti, her duo with Czech flutist Zofie Vokalkova, concertizes under the management of


Scheide also regularly performs chamber music in the vocal and instrumental ensemble Le Meslange des Plaisirs: mostly early music, and the harp/fortepiano duo (with Cheryl Dungan Cunningham) Voix Seraphique.

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