Martha Aarons will be in residence April 9 and 10 and will be giving a master class at the Crowden School on April 10 from 4-8 with Miles Graber accompanying.    Here is some info about Martha for those of you who don’t know her.  She’s been one of my mentors for over 20 years  so I know you’ll enjoy working with her.

Martha Aarons’ professional career began with her appointment as principal flute of the North Carolina Symphony, after which she played with the Cleveland Orchestra for 25 years.  Since becoming a freelancer in 2006, Ms. Aarons performs regularly with the Philadelphia Orchestra, sometimes for extended periods. Other orchestral activities have included appearances as guest principal flute with the Metropolitan Opera, the Minnesota Orchestra, the Milwaukee Symphony,  the Mostly Mozart Festival, the San Diego Symphony and the Baltimore Symphony. In the summers she serves as artist/faculty of the Aspen Music Festival.  Ms. Aarons has been featured as soloist with the Cleveland Orchestra,  Aspen Chamber Symphony, North Carolina Symphony,  and Ohio Chamber Orchestra and is a regular guest artist at Rancho la Puerta in Mexico. Among  her  teaching credits are the Cleveland Institute of Music, Eastman School of Music, Duke University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Oberlin College. She was Filene Visiting-Artist-in-Residence at Skidmore College and taught and performed at the Shanghai Conservatory. In 2003 Ms. Aarons gave the Aspen Music Festival premiere of the Flute Concerto by Christopher Rouse. Her CD, The History of the Tango, is recorded on the Azica label.

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