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Upcoming Performances

Welcome to my new website! Many thanks to Erin Paul at FancyDog Web Design for the new design and location! There are several performances coming up this spring:

February 13 – Manhattan, I- Grand Central; UT Knoxville Symphony Band, Knoxville, TN

March 10 - Colors; Zach Shemon directing the UMKC Saxophone Ensemble, Kansas City, MO

March 21 – Colors; Zach Shemon directing the UMKC Saxophone Ensemble at the NASA conference in Urbana-Champaign, IL

April 29 – Collaboration with dancer; Kansas City, MO

New Position as Adjunct Professor at KCKCC

Ted was appointed as adjunct professor at Kansas City Kansas Community College in the Audio Technology department earlier this year and is teaching Music Technology I.

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About Ted

Ted King-Smith's music is a hybrid of vernacular and contemporary music, exploring the vast sonic space between an energetic drive and a surreal stillness. Hailing from the Hudson Valley of New York, Ted began his studies in music on the saxophone at age 8. After performing with dozens of ensembles in the region ranging from improvisatory rock bands to jazz ensembles he went on to attend and graduate from the Hartt School of Music in 2010, and Washington State University in 2012. He is currently pursuing his DMA in composition at the University of Missouri – Kansas City where his current teachers include Chen Yi and James Mobberley. 
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Upcoming Events

Spring 2014

February 13 
Manhattan, I- Grand Central; UT Knoxville Symphony Band, Knoxville, TN

March 10 
Colors; Zach Shemon directing the UMKC Saxophone Ensemble, Kansas City, MO

March 21 
Colors; Zach Shemon directing the UMKC Saxophone Ensemble at the NASA conference in Urbana-Champaign, IL

April 29 
Collaboration with dancer; Kansas City, MO