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Nicholas Booker is a Master of Music student at the University of Northern Colorado and an adjunct instructor at Morgan Community College. He graduated cum laude from the University of Denver with a Bachelor of Music degree in 2014 and since then has been active in the music education community as a music teacher at the Converge School and Day Treatment Center, a private music instructor in Northeastern Colorado, and a guest lecturer for Classics for Kids in Colorado Springs, CO and Fort Morgan Library.

As a performer, Nicholas performs regularly with the 101st Army Band, the 101st Army Dixieland Jazz Band, the Morgan Community College Jazz Combo, and All Those Who Wander, a folk music project he also manages and operates. He is currently conducting research primarily in the areas of American music and musical identities viewed both from pedagogical and musicological perspectives.

He currently serves on the Performing Arts Committee at the Center for Arts and Community Enrichment and volunteers with the Platte Valley Festival Band and Christ Congregational Church in Fort Morgan, CO. As a composer, he has written for solo instruments and chamber ensembles and had works performed throughout the state of Colorado at the University of Colorado, Boulder, the University of Denver, and elsewhere in Colorado Springs and Denver.