Kate Kammeyer

general manager & artistic administrator

Kate Kammeyer recently joined Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra as the Orchestra Manager and Director of Community programs after working at The Philadelphia Orchestra as Orchestra Manager. In her ten years at The Philadelphia Orchestra, Kate worked in Personnel and Operations and was fortunate to travel on thirteen tours with the Orchestra, as well as summer residencies in Colorado, New York and multiple cities in China. In helping during staff transitions in the Education and Collaborative Learning department, Kate found a passion for engaging with the community, educating young musicians and collaborating with various partners in all walks of life. She is thrilled to have a position in Los Angeles where she is able to make a difference through art and music in her new community.

Previously Kate worked at the Manhattan School of Music, taught oboe at the Rye Country Day School and was a freelance musician in the New York and Connecticut area. Kate has also worked in various positions at the major summer music festivals including Interlochen, National Repertory Orchestra, the Aspen Music Festival and School and with Carnegie Hall’s National Youth Orchestras. Kate holds an Artist Diploma from SUNY Purchase, a M.M. from the Hartt School and a B.M. from the University of Iowa all in Oboe Performance. When she is not herding musicians or exploring Los Angeles, Kate enjoys yoga, running, crossfit, traveling, being an amateur foodie, snuggling with her cat Rory and a drinking a good cup of coffee.

2019-20 Orchestral Series

Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra’s vibrant and engaging 2019-20 Orchestral Series showcases the ensemble’s remarkable artistry and trademark mix of regal classics and music from today’s leading composers.

Bottled at the source

Juan Pablo Contreras, LACO’s on-deck Sound Investment composer, taps the wellspring of his Mexican heritage and the spirit of great nationalist composers in his latest work.

reframe & rearrange

LACO is working alongside Derrick Spiva Jr. — a classical music composer and LACO’s newly appointed artist-educator — to reimagine music education as an opportunity for youth to celebrate cultural differences.