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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.
Hello, my name is Brenda! I've been teaching private lessons for a little over a decade and have my B.M. in Music Education from William Paterson University. I was a voice major and flute/piano double minor.
New York City-based flutist Alyssa Greengrass enjoys a vibrant career as a performer and teacher. Dedicated to chamber music, Alyssa is the Founder and Director of the Nassau Chamber Music Society on Long Island. She is a founding member and sole flutist of two dynamic New York City based ensembles, Rebow and Moxie.
Cutting his teeth on the road with Maynard Ferguson and the Artie Shaw Orchestra Danish saxophonist Stephan Kammerer has made his career in the United States. A scholarship brought him to Berklee College of Music in 1993.
I teach Saxophone, Clarinet and Flute. I studied at The University Of The Arts, where I earned a Bachelor Of Music Degree in Performance and a Master Of Arts In Teaching in 1993. Over the years I have taught privately at various area High Schools and studios as well as having been Music Director at St.
Dr. Christine Potter has performed in London, Paris, Mexico City, Toronto, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Seattle, Washington D.C., Phoenix, Dallas, Boston, and Atlanta.
I'm a multi-instrumentalist/vocalist that specializes in organizing small groups from individual students, focusing on collaboration as the primary learning tool. I started on the flute in the 3rd grade, moved to low brass (trombone/euphonium/tuba/sousaphone) in middle school and started playing the rhytm instruments (bass/g
Born in Jackson, MS, Robert started playing music in 7th grade with the local school band. Playing in the marching, concert, and jazz bands gave him a chance to excel as a trumpet player.
Lihi Haruvi is a voice of originality in the music scene today, influenced from her home in the middle east and her love to the great tradition of Jazz.
Dr. Barbara Hopkins received her Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Stony Brook University, where she studied with Samuel Baron. She earned her Master of Music from The Mannes College of Music under Thomas Nyfenger, and her Bachelor of Music at The Hartt School with John Wion.
I have had a deep love for music since a very young age. My first musical experiences included "composing" pieces on my grandparents' piano and going to the orchestra with my family.
Noted for her “high level of fearless skill,” flutist Alyssa Griggs is a dynamic orchestral, chamber, and solo artist. In October 2010 Alyssa received first prize in the Alexander & Buono International Flute Competition where she gave her solo debut recital at Carnegie Hall.
Viviana Guzman, (MM: The Juilliard School, MA in Flute Performance: Rice University) is a world class performer who has performed in 120 countries across the globe including South Africa, Ireland, Spain, Brazil, Bali, India, Peru, Japan, Vietnam, China, Greece, Argentina, etc.
Recognized as an "informed, intelligent, focused, and very artistic" musician by acclaimed flutist Bonita Boyd, flutist Kate Lemmon enjoys a developing musical career both as a soloist and an ensemble/chamber musician.
RAJAN SRIKRISHNAN popularly known as maestro GS RAJAN is an outstanding classical flautist and a popular world music composer.
For the past four years, Erin Villamizar has been teaching K-8 general music, 4-6 concert band, K-4 library, and tutoring 9-12 flute students at two Vermont schools (oh my!), in addition to teaching private lessons on flute and piano.