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“Journey Around the World with Music”
with flutist Kat Epple and percussionist Nathan Dyke
Sunday, 26 April 2015 at 3:00PM at Bower Chapel in Naples, FL
as part of the Bayshore Cultural and Performance Art Center concert series
Kat Epple will begin the concert by taking us on “a magic carpet ride around the world with flutes”. She will describe each destination, then transport us there as she plays flutes that she has collected from her extensive global travels. The concert will continue with Nathan Dyke playing World Drums, Australian Didjeridoo, and African Ngoni with Kat on flutes. Performing on an unusual array of both ancient and modern musical instruments, the duo will also describe these instruments and their traditions. This concert of original music will include a wide variety of musical genres including Jazz, World, Celtic, Native American, “Calusa Inspired”, and new music from their latest albums.
Kat Epple is a Grammy-nominated, Emmy and Peabody Award-winning flutist and composer, who has released 28 music albums, performs in concert internationally, and has composed music for film and television including “Nova” and National Geographic”. She is also a founding member of the vintage synth band Emerald Web.
North Carolina-based percussionist Nathan Dyke, will be performing in Naples as part of his concert tour of the Southeastern US. He has released several albums with various ensembles and as a solo artist, in a wide variety of music genres. Nathan also studies the energy of music and sound, and its effects on the human vibrational field.
Posted on March 20th, 2014 by Kat.
An evening of Space Music by Sonic Combine (Lawrence Voytek, Laurence Getford and Kat Epple)
with special guest artists to be announced.
Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center, 2301 First Street, Fort Myers, FL, 33901 http://www.sbdac.com
Posted on February 3rd, 2014 by Kat.
Join us for a unique afternoon of “Music of the Earth and Sky” in a beautiful natural setting, featuring World flutes, Australian Didjeridoo, Djembe drum, Bawu, EWI, guitar, vocals, and Native American instruments. A variety of musical styles include Celtic, Native American, folk, and Calusa-inspired, performed by World drummer/song-writer, Nathan Dyke, on tour from North Carolina, and World flutist/film score composer, Kat Epple. They will be talking about, and playing, their unusual array of instrument, and performing some new music from their upcoming collaborative album.
The concert stage is under the trees, (or in the under-cover pavillion if it rains). Enjoy the Happehatchee nature sanctuary on the Estero River.
Sunday Feb 23, 3:00 PM
$15-$20 Suggested Donation - kids tickets free or donate what you can
Bring a chair, picnic or your own beverages. Artesian water will be available.
Happehatchee Center, Inc. | 8791 Corkscrew Rd. | Estero | FL | 33928
Posted on September 10th, 2011 by Kat.
Sunday, November 13 · 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Compton Terrace, Islington
London, United Kingdom
Here is a video of our recent rehearsal
An informal concert of unique original music on flutes from around the world, by Emmy Award-winning, Peabody Award-winning, and Grammy-nominated flutist and composer, Kat Epple. http://www.katepple.com/
Kat will play some of the flutes collected from her extensive travels, perform music from her 25 internationally released music albums, and television musical scores such as “National Geographic” and “Nova”.
Special guest musicians from a variety of musical styles will be joining in for an exciting second set.
Kat Epple will be visiting Seattle for only a couple of days, and this is her only scheduled performance in the area.
It will be a unique and FUN evening.
Bring your favorite beverage and arrive at 7:30 to socialize. Concert starts at 8:00.
Posted on June 20th, 2011 by Kat.
I will be playing with The Devin Townsend Project in London Nov 13, 2011.
Kat Epple performed for September Concerts Foundation Fundraiser Gala at the gallery and chapel of artist Bob Rauschenberg in NYC. The event took place on May 5, 2011.
It was a beautiful venue. Here are some photos taken by Gary Neiheisel
Posted on March 12th, 2011 by Kat.
It was a great evening! Here are some photos!
This will be a fun night of diverse music! Featuring 3 different acts: Andy Wahlberg - harp guitar, Wendy Webb - vocals and keyboard, Katalyst Project includes Kat Epple - world flutes, DL Turner - harp, Darrell Nutt - percussion, and David Johnson - bass, Christar Damiano - Dance.
A Musical Night with Nature
Featuring Flutist Kat Epple, and friends.
Smooth Celestial Jazz, Contemporary Folk, and Harp Guitar
March 19, 2011 6:30-9:00 PM
The annual concert to benefit The CREW Land Trust
at the beautiful Bonita Springs Riverside Park Bandshell
located on old US 41 Road in Olde Bonita on the Imperial River.
Featuring original music by 3 different acts:
“Katalyst Project” - Smooth Celestial Jazz by this sensational band, which consists of renowned musicians, Kat Epple, DL Turner, Darrell Nutt, and David Johnson. Featuring native flutes, The Rose Crystal Harp, world percussion, bass guitar, jazz flute and EWI (Electronic Wind Instrument). Their original music is rich in color and texture, and incorporates unique musical elements from around the world. It will be a rare opportunity to hear these amazing musicians perform together. http://www.katepple.com/
Wendy Webb - Singer, songwriter, and keyboardist, will be performing original Folk, Jazz and Blues. “Wendy Webb’s music is moody, full of wee hours wisdom, it is yearning and soul stirring, soaring toward heights flown by the likes of Joni Mitchell and Emmy Lou Harris. Webb is a newcomer whose music is mined in the timeless chambers of the human heart.” - Steven Dougherty, Senior Writer People Magazine
Andy Wahlberg - Performing on vocals and antique Harp Guitar, a time-worn instrument which offers both a standard guitar neck with six strings, and an additional neck with six bass strings. His performance ranges from hilarious fun, to virtuosic instrumental compositions. “Wahlberg is a born showman…with songs of humor and humanity, and a stage presence bigger than life.”—Liz Bumiller / The Miami Herald— http://www.harpguitarguy.com/
Also featuring Christar Damiano - Dance
Tickets - $20 (children 12 and under free) and can be purchased at the gate or in advance 239-657-2253 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Bring lawn chairs.
This event is a fundraiser for CREW Land Trust, Southwest Florida’s nonprofit organization which coordinates land acquisition, management, and public use of the environmentally sensitive Corkscrew Regional Ecosystem Watershed.
For more info about CREW: www.crewtrust.org.
and an impressive lineup of incredible musicians and artists:
Scheduled to appear:
Kat Epple - world flutes and electronics
DL Turner - harp
Chuck Grinnell - keyboard
Darrell Nutt - world percussion
David Johnson - bass
Lawrence Voytek - Theremin and audio sculptures
Laurence Getford - keyboards and electronics
Christar Damiano - movement
Nicole Long - movement
John Schellenberg - movement
Gary Neiheisel - lighting design
Don Robinson - didje
This legendary annual event is a fundraiser for Florida Repertory Theatre, Monday, February 21, 2011 at 7pm, at Florida Rep Theatre (Historic Arcade Theatre), 2267 First St, downtown Fort Myers, FL 33901
TICKETS $20, children under 12 free. Box Office (239)332–4488
Purchase tickets through Florida Rep
Plan to stay for the after concert party at Space 39!