- Adjunct Faculty
- Fain Fine Arts Center
- By Appointment Only
- College of Fine Arts, Fain
Kathy Liticker holds a Master of Music Education Degree from The University of Akron and a Bachelor of Music Education from The University of Central Oklahoma. Her primary violin and chamber coaches include Dr. John Thompson, Dr. Roger Strong, Dr. Hong Zhu, and Dr. Ralph Morris.
As a performer, she participated in the annual Haydn Festival, The Cleveland Woman's Orchestra, The Stow Symphony, and the Akron Pops Orchestra. Additionally, she performed in the Schubert Club, Handelâs Messiah and The Living Christmas Tree with First Baptist church, Lawton, OK.
She began her career in education in Oklahoma before moving to Ohio, where she taught private violin and viola lessons and served as a conductor of The Stow Youth Orchestra. She began her public-school education career as the orchestra director for Willard ISD in Willard Ohio. While in Willard, Mrs. Liticker worked with the Mansfield Youth Symphony as a sectional coach for Percy Hall. The following year, Mrs. Liticker taught for Kent City School as the middle school orchestra director. After relocating to Lawton, Oklahoma, she served as the orchestra director at Lawton High School, as well as, serving as the District Orchestra Supervisor for Lawton Public Schools. During her tenure with Lawton Public Schools, Mrs. Liticker co-founded the LaSill Optimist Youth Orchestra and served as the conductor until relocating to Wichita Falls, Texas.
Currently, she teaches students in the Wichita Falls ISD in her roles as an instructor for the Gail Key Academy of Music and Artist-in-Resident for the Wichita Falls Symphony Orchestra. Mrs. Liticker serves as a conductor for the Wichita Falls Youth Orchestra Philharmonic Orchestra and is an adjunct professor of music at Midwestern State University, where she teaches string methods.
|The University of Akron||Master's Music Education||2005|
|The University of Central Oklahoma||Bachelor's||1997|
|Employer||Position||Start Date||End Date|