Catherine Creasy is a performer, teacher and arts administrator. In addition to the Waynesboro Symphony, she has performed frequently with the North Carolina Symphony as well as the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra, the Winston-Salem Symphony, the Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle in Raleigh, and the Greensboro Symphony. Additionally, she has performed with the Staunton Music Festival, the Ashlawn Opera Orchestra, Opera on the James, and the Massanutten Brass Band.
She is the horn instructor at Eastern Mennonite University and Bridgewater College. She has previously taught at East Tennessee State University and the University of North Carolina-Wilmington as well as Lynchburg College, Sweet Briar College, and Radford University. Passionate about young musicians, Catherine has taught on the faculties of the Roanoke Youth Symphony Summer Music Institute and the Performing Arts Institute in Kingston, Pennsylvania. She was the Administrative Director of the Massanutten Youth Brass Band.
She holds a doctorate from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, a Master of Music from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a Bachelor of Music from James Madison University.
Catherine lives in Port Republic with her husband and children on their hobby farm, Poppies Run and is available for private lessons on French Horn from her home studio.