• Caleb Hathaway, flute

    Caleb Hathaway

    C aleb Hathaway is a graduate of California State University: Sacramento under the mentorship of Laurel Zucker. Currently, Caleb is honing his skills as a musician and sound artist while teaching, writing about the intersections of science, philosophy and music, and preparing for graduate school.

    Caleb’s primary musical interests exist in the space of improvisation, contemporary & electronic music, sound design and composition. Drawn transdisciplinary approaches in art and art making, he seeks connectivity and forging pathways between disparate ways of thinking, finding interconnectivity and discovering the threads that bind us together, whether they be intellectual, emotional, or spiritual.

    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. Caleb has worked with include The Tucson Symphony Orchestra, Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra, True Concord, The Camellia Symphony Orchestra, American College Orchestra, Sierra Vista Symphony, The Rahsaan Roland Kirk Ensemble, Camerata Capistrano Baroque Orchestra, Northern California Persian Chamber Orchestra, The Sol Collective, Hobo Johnson, Little House of Funk, The Gold Souls, The InterHarmony International Music Festival among others.

    Caleb’s primary teachers include Laurel Zucker, Robert Dick, Steven Sacco and Jean-Louis Kashy.

    Outside of music, Caleb enjoys being outside, wandering through libraries and museums, learning languages, studying mycology and volunteering.