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Ms. Svec attended the Hayes School of Music at Appalachian State University on full scholarship to earn both her Bachelor and Master of Music degrees in music education where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. She graduated as Salutatorian of her high school.
Hi! My name is Dawn Linebarrier. I am a graduate of Appalachian State University with a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education. I also studied at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, receiving a Master of Arts in Religion degree in Worship Studies.
I have taught flute since 1985, including private lessons, flute choirs, and chamber ensembles, as well as music camps and public school music. My students and former students have placed well in local, state, and regional competitions, festivals, and ensembles.
French flutist and pianist Matthieu Clavé is an active performer and music teacher.
Lish is a NYC educator and performer who holds a Masters and Bachelors in Flute Performance.
My name is Lígia Silva and I'm a flutist and saxophonist.
Hi! I'm a professional flutist and flute/improvisation teacher with 9 years of teaching experience. I have a bachelor's degree in jazz performance from the Jerusalem Academy of Music, where I also studied composition.
Alex Madeline studied classical saxophone at the Caen Conservatory ( France ) . During this time, he played in many classical ensembles and had the chance to perform famous composer Eric Tanguy’s new original composition “Ritornello”, played for the first time worldwide.
Originally from the UK, I traveled and studied music in Brisbane, Australia, where I gained a Diploma in Contemporary Music in 2000.
I'm currently a member of the post graduate Juilliard Artist Diploma Ensemble. This ensemble tours and teaches internationally and performs at some of the most important Jazz and concert venues.
A native of Hazleton, PA, Matthew Mitchell has had music in his family for generations. Relatives on both his paternal and maternal sides have made music a major part of their lives. He began playing piano at age 6, and then added saxophone at age 9.
Marissa Stygles is a Guest Musician of the Charleston Symphony in South Carolina, and a Substitute Flute for The Cleveland Orchestra. She received her Master of Music degree in Flute performance at The Cleveland Institute of Music, and her Bachelor of Music degree from the University of South Carolina.
Barbara Siesel is a Juilliard trained NY flutist, entrepreneur, educator, producer, and actor — a multifaceted interdisciplinary artist.
Woodwind specialist Julie Pacheco is a New York City freelancer and teacher. Julie became a multi-instrumentalist at an early age and now enjoys playing oboe, saxophone, flute and clarinet in her work on Broadway and other concerts and productions in the NYC area.
Felicia Behm is an innovative educator and percussionist based in the Denver-metro area. She teaches elementary band as well as private percussion, piano, and flute lessons. She performs across the front range and provides clinics to student groups throughout the year.
I have been a professional musician since graduating with a bachelors degree in jazz studies/saxophone performance from the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music (CCM) in 2010. Being adept in every style of music, I bring a wealth of real world knowledge and experience to the table.
Chelsea holds a Master of Music degree in flute performance from the University of Mississippi and a Bachelor of Science degree in music from Utah Valley University. She has been performing on the flute for over 15 years as a soloist, symphony musician, flute choir member, and in various small ensembles.
A native of Cape May, NJ, multi-instrumentalist and composer Kyle Cripps is now at the forefront of the New Orleans’ modern music scene.
Dr. Meg Griffith explores the connections between our music, our minds, and our bodies through flute and yoga. Through these connections, she finds the healthiest way to perform and practice.