Board of Directors

Linda Rappaport (Chair)
Katey Metzroth
Jason Treuting
Laifun Chung
Mark DeChiazza
Robert Sirota




Felix Reyes - Studio Manager

Born in Brentwood, New York, Felix Reyes is Managing Director of Pathos Trio and is a freelance percussionist living in Brooklyn, NY. He has performed all over the United States and abroad, including various countries such as El Salvador, Germany, Poland, Spain, Japan, and most recently became Artistic Director of international percussion group Symmetrio.
Graduated with his Master’s in Percussion Performance from Bowling Green State University, Felix studied percussion under Dr. Daniel Piccolo and marimba specialist Dr. Isabelle Huang. Furthering his emphasis on marimba performance, Felix also received a Diploma in Marimba Performance at the Toho Gakuen School of Music in Sengawa, Japan, where he studied with marimba legend/virtuoso Keiko Abe.  
Since then Felix has performed all across NYC in venues such as Roulette Intermedium, National Sawdust, Kaufman Music Center, and made his solo Lincoln Center debut in May 2018 alongside Swiss percussion soloist Fabian Ziegler. Over the course of his career Felix has worked and collaborated with countless acclaimed international artists/composers including all members of Sō Percussion, Ney Rosauro, Michael Colgrass, Dai Fujikura, Jennifer Hidgon, Kaoru Watanabe, Christos Hatzis and Katarzyna Mycka.
His current activities outside of Pathos Trio include working as Studio Manager for Grammy Nominated Percussion Quartet Sandbox Percussion, working as a freelance Grant Writer for various NYC nonprofits, and preparing for upcoming performances in Spain for Summer 2022 with marimbist’s Magdalena Myrczik (POL) and David Almagro Garcia (SPA). Felix is a proud endorser of Marimba One instruments, Sabian Cymbals, and Vic Firth sticks and mallets.More info can be read on his website at: 

Madeline Dethloff - Administrative Assistant

Originally from Lawrence, KS, Maddy is currently a masters student and teaching assistant at the University of Massachusetts Amherst studying under the direction of Ayano Kataoka. Maddy has had performances with the Vanderbilt Jazz Band, Eschaton New Music Ensemble, Chatterbird New Music Ensemble, and Roy Wooten’s New Village Orchestra. As a soloist, she has performed the second movement of Séjourné’s vibraphone concerto with the Southern Adventist Symphony Orchestra in Collegedale, TN. A big advocate for new music, Maddy and her colleague Sam Carullo put on a duo concert in fall of 2019 premiering five new works by composers from all over the country.  Internationally, Maddy has premiered music by Lila Meretzky with the marimba virtuouso, Ji Hye Jung, in Cortona, Italy for Cortona Sessions for New Music, and she has been a part of the Orquesta Colombo Americana de Vientos in Colombia, South America. She has attended summer festivals such as the So Percussion Summer Institute, Duff Timpani Masterclass, Zeltsman Marimba Seminar, Sandbox Percussion Seminar, and the Chosen Vale Percussion Seminar. Looking to further her growth and knowledge of chamber music, Maddy has been an intern for the Brooklyn-based percussion quartet Sandbox Percussion since August of 2019. Maddy received her Bachelor’s in percussion performance at Vanderbilt University studying under the direction of Ji Hye Jung and Lee Vinson.

Katherine Fortunato - Administrative Assistant

Praised for her “passion in every note” and “rich dynamic expression” (Artburst Miami), Katherine, a New York based percussionist, has devoted her life to the pursuit of percussion. Katherine has performed at Carnegie Hall, National Sawdust, Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, Schonbrunn Palace, the Musikverein, Béla Bartók National Concert Hall, Wiener Konzerthaus, as well as other venues throughout Europe and North America.

Katherine has premiered works by Gordon Stout, Dave Maric, Benjamin Montgomery, Kira Namiko Wales, and other driving forces in music. In masterclasses, she has worked with Aiyun Huang, Colin Currie, Doug Perkins, Ted Atkatz, Jason Haaheim, Eduardo Leandro, and Robyn Schulkowsky. Katherine strives to continue creating connections through solo and chamber music to expand the repertoire and reach new musical heights.

Katherine’s pedagogues include Svet Stoyanov, Matt Strauss, Ian Rosenbaum, Joe Petrasek, Greg Zuber, Errol Rackipov, and John Yarling. Katherine has worked for Sandbox Percussion since April of 2018. An avid teacher, she has mentored students throughout New Jersey, New York, and Florida.

Katherine received her bachelor of music degree from the Frost School of Music (University of Miami) and is currently pursuing her master’s degree at the Mannes School of Music (The New School) in New York where she studies with Ian Rosenbaum.