Kate Honey (born 1991) is a Cambridge-based composer and music teacher. She read music at the University of Cambridge, graduating with a First in Free Composition and the Arthur Bliss Prize in Composition. In August 2013 she studied Advanced Composition at Dartington International Summer School in 2013 with Francesco Antonioni. Her work Stay Together Learn the Flowers Go Light(commissioned by the PRSF) was premiered by Peter Sheppard Skaerved and Roderick Chadwick at Kettles Yard Gallery in April 2014. She has also written for Tom Poster, the Britten Sinfonia, Robinson College Chapel Choir and the Halesowen Orchestra.
Kate has a strong interest in socially and environmentally engaged music, with particular interest in artistic responses to climate change. She also has a preoccupation with multimedia and audiovisuality. Her current teacher is Richard Causton, and she has also studied with Giles Swayne and Jeremy Thurlow.