Angelique Poteat is a clarinetist and composer based out of the Pacific Northwest. She plays principal clarinet with the Yakima Symphony Orchestra and has also performed with a variety of ensembles including the Seattle Modern Orchestra, the Seattle Chamber Players, the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra, the CCM Chamber Players, the 20/21 New Music Ensemble, the Saratoga Chamber Orchestra, the Saratoga Chamber Players of Whidbey Island, and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra. She has played at the Icicle Creek Music Festival and was awarded the opportunity with work with eighth blackbird at the Music11 Festival. An advocate of new music, she has premiered many works of living composers at numerous recitals and at venues such as the 2010 Midwest Composer's Symposium and the Region VI SCI Conference. Poteat earned the degrees Master of Music from the College-Conservatory of Music and Bachelor of Music from Rice University's Shepherd School of Music. She studied clarinet with Michael Webster and Laura DeLuca, and bass clarinet with Ronald Aufmann. As a composer, her music has received international attention, having been performed in Australia, Germany, Lithuania, and throughout the United States. Recent festival performances of her works include the 2012 International Women's Brass Conference, the 2012 Druskomanija, and the 2010 International VSA Festival. She studied composition with Samuel Adler, Joel Hoffman, Mara Helmuth, Anthony Brandt, Pierre Jalbert, Shih- Hui Chen, Arthur Gottschalk, and Samuel Jones.
- Pierrot Lunaire - Arnold Schoenberg
- Piece No. 2 for Small Orchestra - Conlon Nancarrow
- Eight Lines - Steve Reich
- Talea - Gérard Grisey
- L'Asie d'aprés Tiepolo - Hugues Dufourt