Pete Boulé
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Pete Boulé, brother of Margie Boulé, was born into a musical family. After taking up sax at 9 years of age he began playing in surf and rock bands around Claremont, California. In college he began the study of flute and clarinet with noted jazz and studio musician Gary Foster. Soon after, he began performing professionally in cover bands such as "Flight" and "Main Street."

Armed with a degree in Music from the University of La Verne, Pete began teaching band in public schools and has taught thousands of students how to play band and stringed instruments over the last 23 years. He has performed in major events such as Superbowl 7 and the opening ceremonies ofthe 1984 Olympics. He has also performed with hundreds of musicians including: The Temptations, Andy Williams, Pat Boone, Norman Leyden, Lori Andrews, Oregon Symphony, Tony Bennett, Ray Charles, Woody Hite Big Band, Ernie Andrews and John Patitucci.

Pete, his wife Jan, and two children live in Vancouver, Washington.