“I was very impressed with Dr. Klee's stylization and performance. He added his own flair to each song and it showed through both musically and physically.”
— The Tack, Buena Vista University Newspaper
For Immediate Press Release
Dr. David A. Klee, Sr. is Professor of Music and the Director of Jazz Studies/Music Production & Technology and at Buena Vista University (Iowa). He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Flute Performance and Music Education from Mercer University (Macon, Georgia), the Master of Music Education Degree with an Emphasis in Flute Performance from the University of South Carolina, and the Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in Flute Performance from the University of Georgia in 1998. He also received the Master Certificate Degree in Music Production from Berklee College (Boston) in 2007. His former flute teachers include: Martha Rearick, former principal flutist of the Florida Symphony, Warren Little, former principal flutist of the Atlanta Symphony, Dr. Constance Lane, former principal flutist of the Columbia Philharmonic Orchestra, and Dr. Ronald Waln, Professor of Flute emeritus at the University of Georgia.
Dr. Klee is currently the principal flutist for both the Fort Dodge Area Symphony Orchestra and the Karl L. King Concert Band (Iowa) and heads up his own jazz group, “The Jazz Express”, performing original music he has written. He is also a freelance musician and clinician performing throughout the mid-west on flute and bass.