UC Santa Barbara Undergraduate Student Kaitlin Webster-Zuber and Sister Premiere Compositions via Virtual Concert for Salastina Happy Hour Series

Kaitlin Webster-ZuberUC Santa Barbara second-year music major Kaitlin Webster-Zuber will present a special virtual concert with her sister Emily Webster-Zuber on Wednesday, June 3, 2020 at 6 pm (postponed from original date and time of Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 6 pm) during Salastina Music Society’s “Happy Hour” Concert Series. As part of Salastina’s Sounds Promising education program, Kaitlin and Emily (both pianists and composers) have been working with Salastina’s resident musicians and composers throughout the 2019-20 year. At the end of each season, Salastina’s Resident Artists premiere the students’ pieces live, but with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Webster-Zubers were forced to get creative and bring their music to audiences virtually. 
 
The program will feature “virtual premieres” of a piano quintet and string quartet by the Webster-Zuber sisters. The artists will also share their experiences with learning and creating music remotely. RSVP for the virtual event here.
 
Kaitlin Webster-Zuber is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Western Music at UC Santa Barbara, under the guidance of Professor Paul Berkowitz.
 
Learn more about Salastina and the Sounds Promising program here.
 
Learn more about Musical Traces, co-founded by the Webster-Zuber sisters, here.

About Kaitlin Webster-Zuber

Kaitlin Webster-Zuber (20) attends UC Santa Barbara, where she is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Western Music. She studied with Jee Sung Kang for nine years at Colburn, where she also studied chamber music, tap dancing, music theory, voice, and ballet. She served as the Los Angeles Branch Board for Junior Chamber Music Student Service Alliance (JCMSSA, 2014-15) and has been awarded numerous scholarships from JCM, including: the Costa Rica Chamber Music Festival, the Idyllwild Arts Summer Piano Intensive, the John Perry Academy Summer Piano Festival, the Montecito International Music Festival, and the Warsaw Piano Intensive. In July 2018, she was invited to the Concerto Fest Europa in Bratislava, Slovakia, where she performed solo repertoire and the Mozart Double Piano Concerto No. 10 with her sister Emily. Like her sister Emily, she participated in Salastina’s Sounds Promising program as both a pianist and composer in the 2018-2019 season. She studies composition with Professor Ian Krouse (UCLA). Kaitlin co-founded Musical Traces with her sister Emily.
 
 
 
Kaitlin Webster-Zuber