Kat Epple composes music for film scores and television soundtracks, has released 18 music albums internationally, and performs live original music with her various ensembles. She uses music in her work toward environmental and humanitarian awareness, and has amassed a large collection of flutes from cultures around the world, which she features in her original compositions.
Her music has been described as celestial, yet earthy, primeval, and innovative.
Flutist and composer, Kat Epple has won 8 Emmy Awards and was nominated for a Grammy in 1986. Formerly with the groups Emerald Web and White Crow, she has released 18 music albums internationally on various record labels. Kat composes original New Age/Jazz/World/orchestral music and has produced film scores and television soundtracks for National Geographic, Nova, CNN, Carl Sagan, Another World, The Travel Channel, Turner Broadcasting System, History Channel, HGN, The Guiding Light, PBS, and NASA among others, and was Music Director for the feature-length film, Captiva Island.
Kat's live performances include: solo performances at the Guggenheim Museum in NYC, and Spain, with Symphony Orchestras, The National Gallery, Washington DC, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC, concerts at the Hollywood Palace, L.A., Palazzo dei Diamanti in Italy, a concert tour of Russia, Naples Winter Wine Festival, with Dance Troupes, Bob Rauschenberg Gallery, and for many art openings. She has traveled to the far reaches of the globe including China, Africa, Russia, The Amazon, Europe, Peru, Mexico, Japan, Costa Rica, and the Caribbean, to learn of the people, natural environment, and the music of other cultures.
In 2006, Kat was awarded The Alliance for the Arts', Angel of the Arts, Performer of the Year, and was installed as the Worldwide Peace Marker Project's Artist/Ambassador for the United States. whos who in emerging leaders, entertainment industry, women executives