Katherine is overwhelmed with joy at the choral fulfillment she has found in the Camerata. She has been singing pretty much since the womb, and feels dead and shriveled inside when she isn't. In fact, if it wouldn't make her the most obnoxious person alive, she would sing all the time. No, seriously. All the time. Other than music, Katherine's life is primarily consumed by her studies at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Don't be impressed that she also finds time for the Camerata--it is truly a much-needed reprieve from the textbooks, and she wouldn't give up singing for all the Honors grades in the world. Plus, she's nearly certain that music will make her a more well-rounded human, and, eventually, a better doctor.