Saxophonist Neil Ostercamp is a dedicated performer, composer, and educator. He is a founding member of Missouri Saxophone Quartet, Trio Chymera, Contreras Saxophone Quartet, and Free Collective. He has performed throughout the country appearing at New York’s Weill Recital Hall and was a two-time national finalist in the MTNA chamber music competition. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Music Education and Master of Music in Saxophone Performance at the University of Missouri. Ostercamp will complete a Doctor of Musical Arts in Saxophone at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in the coming year. Former teachers include Leo Saguiguit, Dan Thomas, Steve Stusek, Chad Eby, and Susan Fancher. He currently lives in St. Louis, MO and serves as Worship Coordinator at the Clayton site of the Gathering United Methodist Church and as an adjunct professor of music at McKendree University.