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Keith Collins

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Bassoon, Contrabassoon

C. Keith Collins plays curtal, baroque and classical bassoon, shawm, recorder, and harp. He is faculty at the IU Jacobs School of Music’s Historical Performance Institute and at the University of North Texas. He has performed with many period orchestras and chamber ensembles, including Apollo's Fire, Folger Consort, Tafelmusik, San Diego Bach Collegium, and Grammy-nominated Musik Ekklesia. He is a founding member of the award-winning Ensemble Lipzodes, which specializes in the music of colonial Latin America. That group recently returned from Quito, Ecuador where they presented concerts as part of the Festival Internacional de Música Sacra. Keith studied at Berry College and Indiana University. His D.M. is the first doctorate ever awarded in historical bassoon performance. He also enjoys serving on the board of the Indiana Raptor Center, a non-profit hospital for injured and orphaned birds of prey.

This Artist performs in the following events:

Concerto Italiano, Kaffeehaus Zimmermann, The Old-Bachian Archive, Purcell & Co., April in Paris: Versailles