Florida State University B’roq’n Reed Consort, Jeffery Kite-Powell, director.
Members of the band: Michael Homme, oboe 1, Victoria Saam, oboe 2, Kelly Ramsy, tenor oboe, Brandon Nix, baritone oboe, Shaye Bowman, bassoon 1, Ashley Geer, bassoon 2.
JEFFERY KITE-POWELL, professor emeritus of The Florida State University College of Music and director of the Early Music Program (1984-2013), edited and contributed to «A Performer’s Guide to Renaissance Music» (IUP, 2007), edited and translated Michael Praetorius’s «Syntagma Musicum III» (OUP, 2004), and edited the second edition of «A Performer’s Guide to Seventeenth-Century Music» (IUP, 2012). He served as president of Early Music America (1998-2001) and was awarded the Thomas Binkley Award for Outstanding Achievement by a Collegium Director (2003). On his retirement, colleagues and former students from across the country contributed to a book entitled «Hands-On» Musicology: Essays in Honor of Jeffery Kite-Powell (Steglein Press, 2012).