Wild Horses 3:060:00/3:06
In The Silence 4:200:00/4:20
Love and Compassion 4:440:00/4:44
Rose Chant 4:140:00/4:14
Turn to Water 4:320:00/4:32
molly bawn 5:560:00/5:56
empty cup 5:430:00/5:43
Stormy Weather 5:120:00/5:12
Katie enjoys bringing out the best in her subjects, delivering lively, enriching, engaging content.
Committed to broadcasting positive news about the arts and wellbeing, Katie has presented and featured in local and international media.
Drawing on her extensive experience working in arts and healthcare settings, her interviews and reviews showcase artists and leaders.
She is committed to raising awareness of important causes in well-researched, deep dive blogs and articles,
Drawing out unseen threads and hidden stories, she writes from a place of playful curiosity, inspiring a can-do sense of hope and possibility in readers.
With a degree in English Literature, Katie has always loved writing and had her nose in a book. An experienced writer, she has written for fROOTS Magazine, Turning Point Magazine & The Croydon Citizen. Her poems have been published in two collections. She was a broadcaster for Croydon Radio and hosts a monthly Vocal Revolution podcast.
Katie is a columnist for this exciting quarterly international online digital, luxury lifestyle publication edited by Esther Austin providing content and inspiring information to motivate individuals at the turning point of their life.
Singing Our Way Well, Autumn 2019 Edition
Claiming the Transformative Power of Voice Winter 2019 Edition
“ Katies style of writing is one that is succinct, to the point and effortlessly honest, laced with wisdom that is transformational by eliciting contemplation and reflection from the reader. Her writing serves to offer readers the chance to patiently, and without judgement face themselves in order to live their lives with integrity and authenticity.”
fROOTS Magazine October 2017 - Click for PDF
Review of Sheila Chandra's Book Organising For Creatives
Within its welcomingly large-print pages, the romantic myth of the crazy artist is deconstructed and replaced with a comprehensive system for self-care - from streamlining shelving to organising last rites.
This review is quoted on Sheila Chandra's website.
fROOTS Magazine July 2016
Review of London Lucumi Choir Album, Lullaby for Naila
'The album is a cocoon of cradlesong, which whilst woven from threads far and wide, remains always close, warm and intimate.'
fROOTS Magazine June 2015 - Click for PDF
Feature about Tobias Kaye and Sounding Bowls
'When a uniquely hand crafted instrument enters a clinical setting such as hospital it stands out'
fROOTS Magazine - Oct 2014 - Click for PDF
Feature about composer, singer and performance creator Helen Chadwick
'By touching people lightly, through the beauty and power of song, Helen's work demonstrates the difference music can make and the truths it can illuminate.'
fROOTS Magazine - Dec 2013 - Click for PDF
Feature on The Spooky Men's Chorale
'The ability of the Spooky Men to be inclusive of those around them, to validate the 'inner spook' in everyone and give them permission to both express and laugh at themselves seems to be at the core of their magic.'
fROOTS Magazine - June 2013
Do it Yourself! - Richard Lewis
Contributor to article about DIY Music:
"Katie Rose is self-employed and thinks that, when it comes to making a living, DIY artists get out of it what they put in"