Katie Frazier, a native of Decatur, AL, graduated in 2006 from Harding University with a B.A. in Music Education. She is certified for K-12 music education, with specialization in instrumental music. Mrs. Frazier played oboe and English horn with the HU Wind Ensemble and Orchestra, performed with the Arkansas All-Collegiate Band in 2005, received the 2006 Outstanding Music Department Student and Outstanding Student in Secondary Education awards, and studied privately with Gerry Gibson (Arkansas Symphony Orchestra). In addition to playing oboe, Mrs. Frazier served as drum major for the Thundering Herd for two years, sang with the HU Concert Choir for one year and the HU Chorus for two years, and travelled to Europe for the 2006 HU Chorus Campaign.
After graduating from college, Mrs. Frazier taught elementary general music and 6th-12th grade bands for one year in Bradford, AR. In 2007 Mrs. Frazier and her husband moved to Murfreesboro to teach at Middle Tennessee Christian School and continue their education. She currently teaches PK3, TK, and Kindergarten general music, and directs the 5th-12th grade bands at MTCS. The MTCS faculty named Mrs. Frazier Jr. High Teacher of the Year in 2009 and Elementary Teacher of the Year in 2010. She graduated in 2010 from MTSU with a M.A. in Music Education.
Mrs. Frazier plays oboe and English horn with the Tennessee Valley Winds Community Band, and serves as Vice President of its Board of Directors. She is a member of MTSBOA, TMEA, and the NAFME. Aside from her musical endeavors, Mrs. Frazier enjoys travelling, sports, reading, and photography.