From Seattle, Washington, Geoff Ogle received his baccalaureate in Bass Trombone Performance and Music Education from the University of Washington where he studied with Stuart Dempster and performed in Roy Cummings Studio Jazz Ensembles. He later received a Masters of Music in Studio Jazz Writing from the University of Miami. He currently studies composition with William O. Smith.
Mr. Ogle recently ended a stay in Port Townsend, WA where he worked as a music educator in the Port Townsend School District and as a program manager for the non-profit arts organization Centrum. His responsibilities at Centrum included the financial and logistic management of Centrum's Bud Shank Jazz Workshop, Centrum's Airtouch JAZZ Port Townsend Festival and Centrum's Chamber Music Port Townsend Festival.
He has written several compositions and arrangements for various Seattle-area music ensembles including the Eddie Daniels, Jazz Police, Edmonia Jarrett and the MOJO Big Band, Roadside Attraction, and Jake Bergevin and Javatown Swingers. His list of multi-media credits include the scores for projects by White Rain Films, Moving Arts Dance Studio, Brown Eye Productions and Luna Productions. He is currently living Seattle where works as a freelance music educator and composer.
Pease visit http://goplaymusic.com to learn more about Geoff Ogle and his work.
The source music in 'i died' are all the songs which come from the living room stereo. All source music was written and performed by Marc Atwood, D. Jon Hadlock, Doug Derlacki, and Pete Bossler. Warren Michaels, Tim Jennings, and Michael Lee played on Die Once.
The source music in order of appearance is as follows. All these songs will be available on the 'i died' CD which will be released sometime in 2004.
Ritual (tranceMECHANIC) - this song is a work in progress.
Sign Of The Times (tranceMECHANIC) - this song is a work in progress.