Liisa Ruoho, flutist, and teacher from the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, Finland will be in residence in late March to early April. She’ll be lessons out of my home on March 30-31 and teaching a master class from 1-4 at the Crowden School in Berkeley on April 1. Contact me for more information if you want a lesson or if you want to play on the master class.
I’ve been teaching with Liisa for 8 years now and she’s a master at really getting you to embody the music. Please join us for a few wonderful days of music making.
Liisa Ruoho is known throughout Europe as a consummate performer as well as a brilliant teacher. She presents concerts throughout Europe almost monthly, and is a regular teacher at several master classes in Greece, Iceland and Finland. At the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, Finland, Liisa is a Flute Professor, Director of the Wind Department, and Vice-Director of the Orchestral Instruments Department. Her Academy students receive 2 hours of private lessons every week, as well as weekly Body Mapping, pedagogy and performance classes. Formerly an assistant to Severino Gazzelloni in Italy, she studied with Gazzelloni and with Aurele Nicolet. Her personal study of the Alexander Technique revolutionized both her playing and teaching, and for over 40 years she has taught flutists how to use their original instrument – the body. She now presents workshops throughout Europe and is designing a joint Body Mapping course with the Sibelius Academy and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Liisa is a certified Andover Educator.