Katie Jacobson


Katie Jacobson

Katie Jacobson is a Seattle based composer, pianist and vocalist. Although well known in the area for winning the Ella Fitzgerald Vocal Award at the Essentially Ellington competition in New York City, she writes and performs in a variety of music styles. Katie graduated from Central Washington University in 2010 where she studied music and philosophy. Katie currently works as a professional musician when she is not teaching lessons. She has performed in a variety of music ensembles and genres including classical music, funk, jazz, electronic music, avant-garde improvised music, surf rock, folk, musical theater, and more. In addition, Katie has her own band called “Honey Noble” which performs her original music.

Katie also has a passion for teaching and feels that creating art is an inherently human activity that everyone has the capacity to enjoy no matter their skill level. She feels that music lessons should incorporate an element of “play” as well as discipline, and encourages her students to imagine, dream and work hard so that they can create and perform things that are meaningful and exciting to them. Katie is excited to be teaching and she hopes to help more students dream and reach their goals.





Katie Jacobson



Katie Jacobson is a Seattle based composer, pianist and vocalist. Although well known in the area for winning the Ella Fitzgerald Vocal Award at the Essentially Ellington competition in New York City, she writes and performs in a variety of music styles. Katie graduated from Central Washington University in 2010 where she studied music and philosophy. Katie currently works as a professional musician when she is not teaching lessons. She has performed in a variety of music ensembles and genres including classical music, funk, jazz, electronic music, avant-garde improvised music, surf rock, folk, musical theater, and more. In addition, Katie has her own band called “Honey Noble” which performs her original music.

Katie also has a passion for teaching and feels that creating art is an inherently human activity that everyone has the capacity to enjoy no matter their skill level. She feels that music lessons should incorporate an element of “play” as well as discipline, and encourages her students to imagine, dream and work hard so that they can create and perform things that are meaningful and exciting to them. Katie is excited to be teaching and she hopes to help more students dream and reach their goals.