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Emmy, Peabody, and Edward R Murrow award-winning composer Kat Epple, has released 36 music albums internationally, composes music for film scores, and performs in concerts around the world.

- Film scores include National Geographic, PBS Nova, CNN, ABC, Valentino Fashions, History Channel, NASA, “Killing Eve”, and Apple Computers.

- Music Performances include Guggenheim Museums, New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, The United Nations, London’s Union Chapel, National Gallery, concerts in Russia, Africa, Europe, and Asia. 

- For twenty years, legendary visual artist, Robert Rauschenberg commissioned her to perform at his art openings internationally.  

- In addition to her work as a solo artist, she currently performs and records with The Devin Townsend Project, Sonic Combine, and Anthropology Band.

- Original member of the classic space music synthesizer band, Emerald Web. with whom she released 13 Space Music albums internationally on various record labels.

- Kat travels the world collecting flutes from other cultures which she features in her original compositions and performances.

- Composes orchestral scores, New Age music, World Music, Chill-out, and electronic music.

- Founding member of PeaceVision http://peacevision.com - A Media Company for Peace.

- Custom music for museum exhibitions including: Metropolitan Museum of Art, Hong Kong Science Museum, Florida Natural History Museum, Randell Research Institute, Useppa Island Historical Society, Alliance for the Arts, Imaginarium Children's Museum, Holocaust Museum, Art of the Olympians, Guggenheim Museums, and The Nature Conservancy.

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Boom Kat review of The Stargate Tapes album by Emerald Web (Kat Epple and Bob Stohl)

**Lushest vintage New Age** “Sharing social circles and spiritual ideologies with artists such as Iasos, Connie Demby and Deuter, whilst splitting label release schedules with Laraaji, Laurie Spiegel and Wendy Carlos, the unique Florida raised soul mate duo known as Emerald Web released their privately pressed debut LP at an axis where post-prog rock met proto-new age and ambient electronic music. At the turn of the 1980s Bob Stohl and Kat Epple embarked on a ten-year spiritual journey playing at planetariums and laser shows above the same Californian silicon city that devised the early computer music software, unify- ing their state of the art modular synth soundscapes and organic compositions of flutes, bells and field recordings and furnishing a self-pressed cassette tapeography of inimitable Emerald Web music for their self-funded Stargate label

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Primary Instrument

Multi-instrumentalist

Location

Fort Myers

Willing to teach

Beginner to advanced

Credentials/Background

Native Flute

Hubert Laws Hubert Laws
woodwinds
John Cage John Cage
composer/conductor
Pink Floyd Pink Floyd
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King Crimson King Crimson
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Albums

Album Elemental Circuitry by Kat Epple

Elemental Circuitry

Unknown label
2015

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Album Catspaw Remastered by Kat Epple

Catspaw Remastered

Unknown label
2015

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Album Whispered Visions by Kat Epple

Whispered Visions

Finders Keepers
2014

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Album Garden of Mirrors by Kat Epple

Garden of Mirrors

Finders Keepers
2013

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Album The Stargate Tapes by Kat Epple

The Stargate Tapes

Finders Keepers
2013

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Album Dragon Wings and Wizard Tales by Kat Epple

Dragon Wings and...

Sebastian Speaks
2012

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