Welcome to Jeanaflute.blog! I am a professional orchestral flutist, chamber musician, flute and piano teacher, arranger/transcriber, and Baroque performer. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all lessons and performances have moved online for the foreseeable future. Enjoy exploring my past performance listings, studio policies, past teaching successes, and other website tabs. Video performances, a teaching introduction, and arrangement/transcription samples are coming soon!
So many upcoming concerts, so little time. June is almost here, along with the end of the regular symphony season. However, there’s plenty of music happening before that. Tomorrow morning, the education season continues with a Carnival of the Animals performance outside of Columbia, SC with the SC Phil. This is a wonderful show with … Continue reading The End of the Season Crush
While preparing for the Vivaldi a minor Piccolo Concerto, I wanted some nice warmups and melodies to play for staying in shape beyond preparing the concerto itself and other upcoming piccolo pieces. The Tulou Metodo Popolare, is, of course, an excellent resource, but I found the melodic examples needed some etude-like partners in crime. As … Continue reading Going Shopping for Ideas in Your Own Music Cabinet
I am pleased to report that my student, Sophia Emmoth, made 11/12th grade All-State Band! Hard work and excellent practice habits pay off! Go Sophia!
The welcome solitude between the myriad of joyful Holiday concerts and the rest of the symphony season creates a space for much-needed practice and planning. Both of these are necessary to have a successful beginning to 2018. I look forward to the first concert of 2018 on January 13th with the South Carolina Philharmonic and … Continue reading Exciting January Performances