Teaches Flute, Music Theory, Piccolo, Jazz Improvisation
"Paint what you really see, not what you think you ought to see; not the object isolated as in a test tube, but the object enveloped in sunlight and atmosphere, with the blue dome of Heaven reflected in the shadows"
Charles Stuckey, "Monet: A Retrospective" (1985).
Flute, Music Theory, Piccolo, Jazz Improvisation
Recording Engineer, Competitive Flutist, Freelance, Writing
Mountain View High School, California State University: Sacramento
Flute, Voice, Piano, Bass, Violin, Guitar
All, Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Peformance, Arranging, Improvising, Interpretation, Sound Engineering, Rhythmic Theory, Harmonic Theory, Acoustics, Psych-Acoustics, Extended Technique
Classical, Baroque, Electro-Acoustic, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Rock, Persian Folk Music, R&B, Latin Jazz, Gospel, Orchestral, Chamber Music, Flute, Beatboxing, Improvising, Music Theory, Ear Training, Analysis, Sound Engineering, Acoustics, Psycho-Acoustics, Music History
Teaching Assistant at California State Unversity: Sacramento, Flute Instructor at Music and Arts Center, Private Teaching Studio, Adjudicator, Coach at American River College Orchestra
About Caleb Hathaway
Passionate and dedicated to pushing the limits of his craft, Caleb has performed, improvised, arranged and collaborated in Jazz, Persian Folk Music, Reggae, R&B, Gospel, Hip-Hop, & Classical music from the Baroque to the Post-Modern Era.
From 2013 through 2017, Caleb worked as a sound engineer and videographer. This includes acting as Head Sound Engineer for the Sacramento Winter Jazz Festival, The New Millennium Series, Hindustani and Traditional African music performances, as well as the Festival of New American Music,the longest running free new music festival in the United States.
Since 2009, Caleb has been developing his skill as a teacher. This has included instructing musicians of all ages and backgrounds, while focusing on a foundation in the mechanical relationship between air(space), the body, and the mechanism of the instrument. Formerly a teaching assistant to Tatiana Scott at California State University, Caleb encourages students to form a positive relationship with transcription, analysis, interpretation, and expression through increasing awareness of what is happening physically in a performance.