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Flute teachers and performers
Andrew Nicholsonwww.andrewnicholsonflute.com →
Andrew lectures at the University of Western Australia, the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts and the Australian National Academy of Music in Melbourne. Andrew has recently become a Haynes Artist, and plays on a 14 Carat gold flute.
Andrew has recently performed with the China Philharmonic Orchestra in Beijing and coached the woodwinds of the National Youth Orchestra of Australia at their Summer Camp in Adelaide 2015.
Anne Rosewww.flutesites.com/annerose →
Anne is a Melbourne-based flutist with many years of experience as a teacher and free-lance performer, tutor and adjudicator.
Playing the flute for Anne includes anything from small ensemble work with a variety of ensembles to musical theatre in the cramped confines of a theatre pit. She has performed extensively as part of many different ensembles; The Victorian Flute Ensemble, Melbourne Winds and Melbourne Opera, just to name a few.
Barbara Kerrwww.flutesites.com/barbarakerr →
An enormously experienced Melbourne-based flute and music theory teacher. She also regularly plays in a duo with Anne Rose, not to mention freelancing in various flute and piccolo-based roles as a performer and is an avid composer...
A passionate music educator, Barbara has taught instrumental music for twenty years in Melbourne schools and in her home studio. She has enormous experience working with primary and secondary students in independent and government schools. Barbara has successfully prepared hundreds of students for AMEB examinations, Victorian Certificate of Education performance study and tertiary auditions.
Emma Shollwww.emmasholl.com →
Praised for her "gorgeous honeyed tone" (Sydney Morning Herald), Emma Sholl is one of Australia's finest flautists.
Jacqueline Pacewww.jacquelinepaceflute.com →
Melbourne-based teacher, orchestral performer and past guest artist at the Australian Flute Festival...
Jacqueline has appeared as a guest artist with the Monash University Flute Ensemble at the Australian Flute Festival and has been added to the casual list at Orchestra Victoria. She is also a woodwind teacher and volunteers as a content manager at Flute Tutor Australia, which promotes flute playing and flute-related events.
Janet Webbwww.flutesites.com/janetwebb →
Janet has had a distinguished career in the Sydney Symphony Orchestra,holding the Principal Flute position since 1985. She has also appeared as guest principal with many orchestras, including the Sadlers Wells Ballet Company.
Janet has performed as soloist with the Sydney Symphony, Singapore Symphony and the Ku-Ring-Gai Philharmonic on numerous occasions.
Sylvie Leprohonwww.sylvieleprohon.com →
Teacher and Performer. Chamber Musician and Soloist.
Since 1992, Sylvie has developed a career as chamber musician and soloist. She has performed with many ensembles such as Ensemble Variante, Trio Vivace and Ariel Ensemble. Sylvie teaches flute at Monash University, Genazzano FJC College and Kilvington Grammar.
Adriana von Runicwww.flutesites.com/adrianaflute →
Performer, Teacher, Education Consultant. Teaching experience of thirty years. Music lectures at University North Beijing. Founder of Babies Music School.
Karen Fletcherwww.flutesites.com/karenfletcher →
B.Mus.(Perf) Hon., L.Mus.A
Karen has an established teaching practice at private schools in Adelaide and at her home studio. She has also had many years experience directing flute and wind ensembles in schools.
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