Our Time Wind Quintet specializes in performances that hold space for authentic connection and conversation. Members of the quintet are highly accomplished performers who integrate their collective passions and varied interests to create new ways to hold dialogue through chamber music. Through intentional and purposeful programming, Our Time offers a moment for attendees to reconnect with their simple but profound capacity to listen. The group aspires to share their joyous spirit through performance, educational engagement, and community partnerships. Our Time Wind Quintet holds space to weave together a more supportive humanity.


Edna Jeon

A believer in music’s uniting powers, flutist Edna Jeon has been praised for her charismatic stage presence, impressive technique, and innovativeness as a soloist, collaborator, and orchestral musician. Passionate about engagement and collaboration, Edna connects her audiences to her musical process through sharing personal stories and anecdotes. She has been part of creative projects such as “Playing with Food,” a fully integrated dining and concert experience at a restaurant in Pittsburgh. Edna currently plays piccolo in the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra and was the piccolo fellow at the Aspen Music Festival and School. She received her MM at Carnegie Mellon University and her BM at the University of Colorado Boulder. When not playing music, Edna likes to watch her apple seedlings grow and send postcards to her friends.


Jordan Pyle

Oboist Jordan Pyle’s love of music came at an early age when she fell in love with Mozart operas—dancing, singing, and acting out scenes from The Magic Flute. This passion for musical storytelling is the foundation of her oboe playing. In addition to chamber music, Jordan plays 2nd oboe/English horn with the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra and has held the position of Principal Oboe with the Las Colinas Symphony. She has performed as a substitute musician with the Dallas Symphony, Fort Worth Symphony, and Colorado Symphony and was a fellow with the National Repertory Orchestra and National Orchestral Institute. Jordan received her BM at the University of Colorado Boulder and her MM at Southern Methodist University, where she studied with Peter Cooper and Erin Hannigan respectively. A strong believer in giving back, Jordan, a Chinese adoptee, serves as a chapter coordinator for Adopteen, an organization that serves to provide community and mentorship for adoptees.


Tim Yung

Toronto-born clarinetist Tim Yung is an active performer and educator across Saskatchewan and Ontario. He holds positions with the Regina and Saskatoon Symphony Orchestras and makes frequent appearances with the Niagara Symphony Orchestra and the National Academy Orchestra of Canada, among others. Tim received his MM from the University of Texas at Austin, where he served as teaching assistant for the clarinet studio, and his BM from McGill University (QC). Outside of music, Tim is most likely to be found cooking/baking up a storm in the kitchen or outside taking a long walk.


Taryn Lee

Horn player Taryn Lee deeply engages in the musical conversation through her sonorous tone and sensitive musicality. She immerses herself in the ever-changing musical landscape through her eagerness to learn and share ideas and stories. She served as a 2017-2018 ArtistYear AmeriCorps fellow in Northeast Philadelphia where she taught beginning brass, general music, and choir classes. Taryn is currently pursing an Artist Diploma at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and is a graduate of the Peabody Institute at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Colorado Boulder where she studied with Denise Tryon and Michael Thornton respectively. Apart from her music making, Taryn teaches yoga and spends time exploring the outdoors.


Keegan Hockett

Keegan Hockett is currently pursuing his DMA in Bassoon Performance and Pedagogy at the University of Iowa while working as a research assistant for the Office of Outreach and Engagement’s Arts Share program. He previously attended the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music where he earned his MM as a Henry Mancini Fellow. Keegan has also performed at the National Orchestral Institute, Kent Blossom Music Festival, PRISMA, and with various regional orchestras in both Iowa and South Florida. Keegan enjoys performing contemporary music and has premiered works with the University of Iowa’s Center for New Music and at the Midwest Composers Symposium. In 2019 he presented Hidden Gems: Lesser-Known Contemporary Works for the Wind Trio at the NACWPI conference with EZ Duo. Keegan is grateful to his primary mentors Benjamin Coelho and Gabriel Beavers for their guidance about life, music, and reed-making. In his free time, Keegan enjoys learning about various food cultures and trying out new recipes.