Neil Ostercamp is a dedicated performer, composer, and educator. His first Made New release is a collection of original songs and hymns containing scripturally based lyrics, original orchestration, and an introspective approach to songwriting.
As a multi-instrumentalist, Neil Ostercamp can be seen and heard playing a wide variety of musical styles. He has played throughout the country as a dual classical/jazz saxophonist, is the founder of multiple ensembles including Missouri Saxophone Quartet, Trio Chymera, and Free Collective, and makes a living in St. Louis as a worship leader and university professor.
WHY I'M A PART OF MADE NEW CREATIVE:
Made New is a unifier that drives creative exploration at The Gathering. Through collaboration, artists of all kinds are drawn together to examine the relationship between faith and art. Made New allows me a space to focus my creative projects alongside other artists that support what I have to say. It is a borderless community that places me with people that appreciate art of all kinds and this collection of people has the ability to change what the world thinks about the quality of what the church can produce. As more and more people begin to share their gifts, we will continue to realize that relationships fuel our collective potential.