Kat Epple, a Peabody, Edward R Murrow, and Emmy Award-winning composer, synthesist, and flutist, performs in concert worldwide. She has released 36 albums, and creates music for film and television scores. While traveling around the world, she collects a treasure trove of indigenous flutes made of wood, silver, tin, bamboo, and bone, which she plays and speaks about to museum, university, and concert audiences.
Performance venues include: The United Nations, London’s Union Chapel, Guggenheim Museums, NY Museum of Modern Art, Moscow Music Conservatory, US National Gallery, Piazza dei Diamanti Ferrara, Italy, for President Bill Clinton, and in various settings in Africa, South America, Russia, Europe, and Asia.
Film and television scores include National Geographic, PBS Nova, Valentino Fashions, Killing Eve, and the Travel Channel.
As a lecturer and storyteller, Kat Epple speaks about the music and instruments of various cultures around the world, her amazing musical travels, and the music of the now-extinct native Calusa tribe.