We Are Family
Become part of a flute legacy
As a student at the Flute Studio Pittsburgh you become part of a flute legacy, which spans hundreds of years of experience and teaching. The teachings of my former teachers are passed down to my students in each and every lesson.
This legacy continues throughout the generations, as you pass it down to your peers, children and (maybe even) your own students! I have had the opportunity to study with some of the greatest flutists of this generation and I am proud to share this knowledge and legacy with my students.
What do students get to do in the Flute Studio Pittsburgh?
"The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away." - Picasso
Being a part of the Flute Studio Pittsburgh is more than just weekly lessons! Students at the Flute Studio can take part in a number of flute activities.
Everyone participates in private lessons every week. The rest of our activities are optional. Participation in studio recitals is not required, but highly encouraged!
local and national competitions
friendships that last a lifetime
One of the greatest joys as a teacher is watching my students blossom and grow as flutists. Every week we work on refining technique and sound through exercises, repertoire and duets. These skills are then used outside the studio in band class, auditions and concerts.
Sweet messages of thanks from my students:
"Thank you for always giving compassion and care through your teaching."
"Thank you for everything. I am so happy and blessed to have a teacher like you!"
"Thank you for teaching me how to play and encouraging me!"
"Thank you so much for always being the best teacher ever!"
"Thank you for always encouraging me to do my best and to be a good person."
"Thank you for reigniting my passion for music and showing me that I can!"
"Thank you for helping me grow as a musician. You changed my life!"
"Thank you for helping me improve. You're so great!"
"Thank you for helping me be a better flutist!"
"Thank you for the many gifts you have taught us through music and life."