Kate's musical performance is a blend of her angelic voice with the small folk harp (clarsach) showcasing songs not only from her own Celtic homeland of Scotland but also from many other different cultures and musical genres.

A Princes’ Trust Ambassador, Kate performed in Scotland at the Opening of Scottish Parliament in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen, for JK Rowling at the launch of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince at Edinburgh Castle and aboard the Royal Yacht Britannia on many occasions. Kate won the UK Songwriting Contest in 2007 and was awarded Music and Culture Icon for Scotland 2004 by the Scottish tourist board, Visit Scotland. Kate’s 6 albums can be found on the official website: www.kt-a.com

Now resident in Hong Kong for 4 years, Kate’s performance highlights in Asia include the Shanghai Expo, the Irish President’s visit to Beijing in June 2010, the First Minister of Scotland’s ministerial tour of China in 2010 and 2009 and the British Prime Minister and the British Gold Medallists Official Reception at the Beijing Olympics in 2008. In 2011 Kate gave a performance at The Great Hall in Beijing’s Forbidden City broadcast by Phoenix television and her 2nd solo concert at the Forbidden City Concert Hall.

In 2009 Kate wrote and recorded a charity song called Day by Day, 《新的未来》 in English and Mandarin to raise money and awareness for the Sichuan earthquake survivors one year on. Sponsored by Heng An Standard Life, Day by Day was launched at the British Ambassador’s Residence in Beijing and then later performed by Kate for schoolchildren at the epicentre of the earthquake in Sichuan where Kate donated over 200 musical instruments and books to the children with the monies raised. The song has gone on to raise money for the survivors of the Haiti earthquake in 2010 and the Japanese earthquake in 2011.