Trumpet, Keyboard, Sequencing/Composition, Hand Percussion
Composer, Performer, Educator, Thinker and Doer
Ken Kozora has been exploring sound for over 35 years playing trumpet, bass, synthesizer, electronic percussion, wind synth, flutes, hand percussion and any other new noisemaker he happens to stumble upon. In the early days of MIDI development he promoted and helped integrate music technology into K-12 and university music curriculum. Ken has recorded and performed with a wide variety of local and renowned international artists, leads his own world/jazz quartet "KOZORA," performs solo for special events and composes music for dance and various media. He is the founder and Director of Horns for the Holidays, an instrument recycling/donation program for underprivileged children, is a board member of Riverfolk Music & Arts. Ken is also an event planner for a leading environmental organization, Ecology Center, contracts as a solar and wind installer, performs and provides educational workshops with his solar powered music system in collaboration with the design engineer. He also likes to mangle photos with his computer in his spare time.
For those who think and learn in a different way!
Ken has taught music sequencing at Washtenaw Community College, music appreciation for seniors at JCC and Elderwise, group drumming & music with emotionally impaired children at Beacon Day Treatment Center, worked with special needs populations at Saline Schools summer program and provides private and group sessions as well with a variety of unique populations.
Ken is accepting beginner trumpet, keyboard, sequencing/composing students and is very excited to be offering private and group sessions for "those who think and learn in a different way," as he likes to say!
Contact Ken directly regarding lessons, bookings, consulting and more info:
Contact: (734) 218-1515,