Tracy Carr (bassoon).Tracy is a founding member of Neoteric. Tracy studied with Arthur Grossman at the University of Washington and privately with John Miller of the Minnesota Orchestra. She has taken master classes with Milan Turkovic, Seth Krimsky, Per Hannevold, and Christopher Weait. She has performed in amateur and professional groups in Seattle and throughout Minnesota. These groups include the Seattle Creative Orchestra, Village Theatre, Orchestra Seattle, Yakima Symphony, Mankato Symphony Orchestra, Grand Symphonic Winds, and many other freelance performances. She is a biostatistician at Medtronic in Minneapolis.
Dean Heller (trumpet).
Tim Jung (trombone).Tim is a founding member of Neoteric. He is a lawyer at Lind Jensen Sullivan & Peterson in Minneapolis, and provides administrative support to Neoteric with long-range planning and marketing. In addition to Neoteric, Tim performs with Grand Symphonic Winds in St. Paul and is a frequent guest musician with local orchestras including Kenwood Symphony Orchestra, Minnehaha music, and Saint Paul Civic Symphony.
Kristen Kinnear-Ohlmann (flute). Kristen has performed with Neoteric since 2012. She is the administrator for the Get in Gear events in Mendota, MN, and the job order assistant for the Minnesota State Fair Employment Center. Kristen is a graduate of Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio, and holds a Master of Music degree from SUNY at Buffalo. Her contributions to Neoteric operations include management of the website and other technology/information management areas. In addition to Neoteric, Kristen performs with the St. Paul Civic Symphony, the Mississippi Valley Orchestra, and Grand Symphonic Winds in St. Paul.
Doug Matuska (saxophone).
Rachel Moeller (board member).
Jeffrey A. Ohlmann (horn).Jeff has performed with Neoteric since 2012. He is a large-format printer technician for HP Inc. Jeff is a graduate of Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. His special contributions to Netoeric operations include printed program coordination and production of archival audio recordings. He is also the director of the 2018-2022 Neoteric Fund for New Composition campaign. In addition to Neoteric, Jeff performs with the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra in Minneapolis, the St. Paul Civic Symphony, and Grand Symphonic Winds in St. Paul.
Stacie Traill (clarinet).Stacie is a founding member of Neoteric. She is a metadata and discovery analyst librarian at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities campus. Stacie is a graduate of Oberlin College and Conservatory of Music and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Her special contributions to Neoteric operations include repertoire research, music library management, and organization/logistics. In addition to Neoteric, Stacie performs with Grand Symphonic Winds in St. Paul. Jessica Tritsch (oboe).
NEOTERIC cHAMBER WINDS
The Twin Cities’ modern musical mix of woodwinds, brass & piano.