Angela Winter, horn and Lancer Hardy, bass


Dr. Angela K. Winter (horn) and Senior Airman Lancer Hardy (bass) have put together an exciting concert program while sheltering in place together since March. The program includes a variety of works from the baroque, classical, and romantic periods as well as some adaptations and arrangements from modern Latin composers. It will also feature some unaccompanied pieces for solo horn and solo bass.

Dr. Angela K. Winter is an enthusiastic performer and educator currently serving as Assistant Professor Music, Horn and Director of Brass and Bands at Adams State University in Alamosa, CO. She has soloed, taught, and performed with a variety of ensembles throughout the United States, Mexico, Columbia and Europe.

Angela has also recorded extensively, with releases on Ravello Records, GIA Publications, Klavier, Crescent Phase Records, and Highland Sound Productions. Passionate about chamber music, she performs and clinics extensively with a variety of chamber ensembles including the Madera Wind Quintet and Session Brass.

Angela is originally from Memphis, TN, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in music education from the University of Memphis. She holds an M.M. and D.M.A. in horn performance from the University of North Texas, and has taught at the University of Texas at Dallas and Texas Woman’s University as well as in the public middle and high school system.

In addition to her musical activities, Angela is an extreme dog lover and runner. She has four rescue dogs and has run more than 40 marathons and ultra-marathons.

Lancer Hardy hails from Susanville, California. He has made his career as a freelance musician, teacher and arranger, currently serving as the bassist for the US Air Force Band of Flight out of Wright-Patterson AFB in Dayton, Ohio. He has performed and given master classes throughout the United States, Japan, and Thailand.  Prior to his position as an active duty Air Force Bandsman, he was a section bassist with the Abilene Philharmonic, Colorado Springs Philharmonic, and was a frequent performer and soloist with numerous symphony orchestras, musical theater groups, jazz ensembles, and a variety of other genres throughout Texas, Arkansas, Colorado, Ohio, and California. He also served as adjunct faculty at Adams State University Department of Music in Alamosa, Colorado.

Lancer earned his Bachelor’s of Music degree from the University of North Texas where he studied with Jeff Bradetich. Other teachers include, Steven Zeserman, Brian Perry, Bill Clay, Mark Morton, Susan Cahill, and Patricia Nordstrom.

In addition to playing bass, he enjoys trail running, hiking, culinary arts, and spending time with his wife and rescue dogs.

Comments are closed.