Jerome Fleg is instructor of woodwinds and jazz studies at Casper College. He has performed throughout the United States, Europe, and South America. Fleg has served as conductor of the Colorado Youth Symphony’s Philharmonia Wind Ensemble, Youth Orchestra of the Rockies, and the Archipelago Music Festival.
As a saxophonist, Fleg has performed with groups such as the Central City Opera and UW Creativity Big Band. He is currently principal clarinet of the Boulder Chamber Orchestra and Antero Winds, and bass clarinet with the Central City Opera.
Fleg has previously taught at the University of Wyoming. He has presented master classes at the University of Kansas, Iowa State University, the University of Nebraska, “El Sistema” in Venezuela, the University of New Mexico, Archipelago Summer Festival, and Carleton College.
Dave is a contemporary percussionist currently residing in Casper, Wyoming, where he serves as the percussion instructor at Casper College. Dave is also the principal timpanist/percussionist of the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra, as well as President of the Wyoming chapter of the Percussive Arts Society. He is a founding member of the contemporary percussion group, Clocks in Motion, a group that performs new music, builds many of its own instruments, and breaks down the boundaries of the traditional concert program. During the summer, Dave is on faculty at the New England Music Camp.
Dave received a Bachelor of Music degree in performance and music education from the University of Michigan and a Master of Music degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. While at UW-Madison, Dave was a recipient of the Paul Collins Fellowship, which is awarded to outstanding graduate performance majors and determined by a committee of performance faculty. His primary teachers include Michael Udow, Joseph Gramley, Anthony Di Sanza, Ian Ding, Brian Jones, and Cary Kocher.
In the fall of 2013, Dr. Zach Vreeman joined the faculty of Casper College as Director of Choral Activities, where he conducts the Collegiate Chorale, Men’s and Women’s Choirs, and the Casper College Contemporary Singers. Before coming to Casper, he served as the Assistant Choir Director at the University of Wyoming. He earned a D.M.A. in choral conducting from the University of Nebraska—Lincoln, where he studied conducting with Peter Eklund and Therees Hibbard. As a conductor, Dr. Vreeman has directed a wide variety of both choral and instrumental ensembles at all levels, including school choral ensembles from elementary to college, and bands and orchestras at the secondary level, as well as community and church ensembles. He appears frequently as a clinician and adjudicator throughout the country, but has also sung professionally with several ensembles, including the Anchorage Concert Chorus and Chorale, Anchorage Opera, and most recently with the new Colorado Bach Ensemble and Abendmusik in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Burger has a linage of audio production ranging from studio recordings, live sound venues, broadcast experience, and producing radio shows for weekly radio broadcasts featuring interviews and live musical guests.
He gained experience working in broadcast trucks for regional and national presentations.
Burger has performed live sound engineering forcConcerts from jazz greats, concert bands, rock bands and percussion performances. Burger is the Sound Design Instructor at Casper College.
As an innovator of Digital mixing and Computer Controlled sound systems. Burger is a system design expert from manual operation to sophisticated intelligent automation consoles. Working across the nation and Morocco, Barcelona, and Monaco.
Kathy Coe is the Academic Assistant for the School of Fine Arts and Humanities and has been at Casper College for 8 years. Kathy received her bachelor's degree in English from the University of Wyoming.
In addition to administrative support for the Kinser Jazz Festival, Kathy is also coordinates many of the Music department's events including the Big Band Dinner Dance and the RedStone Recital and Gallery Series.
Supported in part by a grant from the Wyoming Arts Council, through funding from the Wyoming State Legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts.