Award-winning Bass Clarinettist Katmuss has performed in many contexts, from the local pub all the way up to the likes of The Royal Albert Hall & The Kennedy Centre, in the US.

She is active on the Manchester gig scene in musical theatre pits, orchestras, big bands, & folk bands.

In February 2020, She was soloist in a performance of Jonathan Russel’s Concerto for Bass Clarinet & Orchestra with Leicester Sinfonia, & has recorded the YouTube Premiere for Catherine McMichael’s For Hope for bass clarinet & piano in 2021

She also wrote & performed her own improvisatory music to her original poem Deathfall in November 2022.

Katmuss has dark, short and curly hair. She is looking at the camera. She is stood leaning against a bright white wall with striking shadows. She is wearing a quasi rock-chickcrop top, black trousers and is holding her bass clarinet off the floor.
The word 'Katmuss' (which is written in a script-likfe font) is to the left of an ambiguous graphic of a bass clarinet... or is it a saxophone? its style means that both can be correct!

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Diolch / Thank you

Katmuss xxx