Grammy-nominated, Emmy and Peabody Award-winning, flutist and composer, Kat Epple, has performed music at the Guggenheim Museums, Metropolitan Museum of Art, The United Nations, and in concerts around the world. Kat has released 26 albums of original music and composes music for television, including National Geographic, PBS, CNN, Nova, and Guiding Light. In addition to performing on jazz flute and EWI (an unusual Electronic Wind Instrument), sheperforms on a variety of indigenous flutes which she has collected in her travels throughout the world.
Custom music for television, flilm, museum exhibitions, and documentaries. ...
Kat Epple's new CD, her 14th, is called Azure Pieces of Life. The album, a
between Epple and her long-time fried Chuck Grinnell, with Epple on the
flute and Grinnell
on keyboards, was spontaneously composed, and the music is inspired by the
beauty of Southwest Florida. Though this album was inspired by nature, Epple
says alot of
her compositions come to her in her dreams. She seems a little disappointed
that once she
wakes up and starts composing, the music is never quite as good as what I
hear in my
dreams. Perhaps she's being a little hard on herself, though, because the
that she's been dreaming up over the years have earned this local musician