Premiered Doug Detrick's The House is a Mess at Lawrence University, Appleton, WI
New audio and video coming soon!
Moved to Jacksonville, FL
Described by music critic James Bash as:“Evocative”, “Outstanding” and “Impressive Lyricism” (Oregon Music News) and “Notable”- James McQuillen (The Oregonian); Kim Reece (b. 1983) is an emerging saxophonist who has been active as a performer throughout North America as a soloist and chamber musician. She was first call saxophonist while living in Portland, OR for the Oregon Symphony and had many critical acclaim performances, including their Carnagie Hall tour and Grammy nominated recording, “Music for a Time of War”. She also served as Saxophone Professor at Portland State University and Reed College.
Reece holds degrees from the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, the University of Arizona and Lawrence University, Conservatory of Music. Primary teachers include, Steven Jordheim, Gary Louie, Timothy McAllister and the late Joe Wimmer.
Reece currently lives in Jacksonville, FL where she serves as saxophonist in the US Navy Band SE and has a private saxophone and clarinet studio.