Instructor — Music
Having previously taught at the London College of Music Junior Department, Colgate University in New York, Murray State University and the Wisconsin Conservatory, I have held the position of flute instructor at Southeast since 1991.
In addition, I have taught a wide range of Music History courses, Freshman Seminar classes, Jazz Appreciation, Victorian Studies and have conducted the Southeast Symphony.
As a performer I have performed at National Flute Association Conventions in Chicago, Los Angeles, New Orleans and New York, as well as at the Saint-Savin International Baroque Festival (France) and on the Great Wall of China.
I studied with Alain Marion, Robert Goldberg and Rainer Schuelein.
G.L.C.M. from the London College of Music
French Government Scholarship recipient for post-graduate studies with Paris Conservatoire flute professor
M.M. from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Baroque Performance Institute, Oberlin College, OH
Baroque Performance Institute, Longy MA
Always give 100% in every class or lesson and don't be afraid to entertain. Usually what one is teaching involves a narrative of some kind. Convey the story in as vivid, humorous, true and passionate a way as possible.
I fell in love with it.
Work hard. Have some fun. Show up to class. Be kind and polite.