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Flute Lessons in
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Musika has been offering Edison Flute Lessons since 2001. Our flute teachers create customized lesson plans for each student, and help you bring music alive one note at a time!

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Featured Edison Flute Teachers

Anna W


New York-based flute and saxophone player Anna is a versatile improviser holding both an open respect for the tradition of jazz and a healthy disregard for its more worn conventions.  Her critically acclaimed first album as a leader, Third Floor People (Nowt Records, 2010), is an adventurous release featuring two bassless quartets – one from Montreal, the other from New York. Made up of musicians drawing from diverse influences and backgrounds, Third Floor People is unique in its palpable emotional energy and fearless experimentation. In addition to leading her quartets, Anna also plays in the collective Field Vision; the Martin Krümmling Ensemble, which recently recorded with Mark Turner; the Daniel Jamieson Danjam Orchestra, in which Webber performed with Tony Malaby as well as Jim McNeely and recorded with Village Vanguard Jazz Orchestra mainstay John Riley; the Ben Bryden Flying Scot Quintet and Fabian Almazan’s wind sextet, among many others.  She appears on the Grammy-nominated album Urbanus (Concord Records, 2009) by Stefon Harris & Blackout, and has performed with such diverse talents as John Hollenbeck, David Liebman, Ben Street, Lage Lund, and Dave Douglas. She has toured throughout the USA, Canada, and Europe as a leader and a sideperson. She is the winner of the Prix François-Marcaurelle 2010 at the OFF Festival of Jazz in Montreal. She received national recognition as a finalist in the Mary Lou Williams Saxophone Competition in Washington, D.C. In addition, she has been honoured with grants from both the Canada Council for the Arts and the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec.

JuoHsuan C


I am an experienced woodwind teacher and in the past seven years I have helped many students with their school music, audition materials, and/or music for pure enjoyment.  I hold both my bachelor and Master's degree in music education and I've had many years of band teaching experience. I have been the member of several local symphonic band and pit orchestra of Long Island, NY region until 2011.

Heather B


I am a flutist originating from New Jersey, but now living in Queens. I graduated with a Bachelors in Music Education and Performance from Manhattanville College and I am currently pursuing my Masters in Music with a concentration in Ethnomusicology from Hunter College. I can be found frequently performing on the flute and the alto saxophone in and around the New York City area. I have been fortunate enough to study with great teachers who have a gift for inspiration, and I have been actively trying to pass this passion on to the next generation of musicians. Because of this, I keepe a busy teaching schedule, accumulating students from New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut, traveling to my studio in Queens.

Allison W


I hold a Master's Degree in Music Technology from New York University. With a Dual Focus in Game Audio and Scoring for Film & Multimedia, I have learned to work with many DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) softwares such as Logic, ProTools, Reason, and Cubase, with a developed fluency for composition as well as audio production. Before my studies at NYU, I received a Bachelor of Arts in Music from the University of Tampa. While there, I studied flute under Barbara Prescott and electronic music composition under Bradford Blackburn. I've also held multiple offices as a member of the prestigious Women's Music Fraternity - Sigma Alpha Iota. I have also composed a number of pieces as an undergraduate, and I'm fluent in music notation programs such as Finale. My main instrument is the flute, but I also teach piano, composition/notation, and a wide range of DAWs with a mixture of expertise from a classical background through my training as an Audio Engineer. Currently, I'm composing my first symphony, as a mixed multimedia and mixed notation/DAW project.

Elana S


I am studying Music Education at Mason Gross School of the Arts. I take lessons on all woodwind instruments. My goal is to teach in public school systems as well as private students and perform. At the moment I perform with many ensembles through my university and private gigs. My teaching studio is in my home. I have a piano as well as full music library. 

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More Information About Flute Lessons

"Young players should begin by renting. Consider renting well-known brands like Yamaha, Gemeinhardt, and Armstrong. To help smaller players hold the instrument, a curved headjoint called a ""candy cane"" headjoint is available. More advanced players might want to condsider purchasing a flute with an extended B foot joint and open-hole keys."
What is unique about a program like Musika, is that we offer in-home lessons for no additional cost. This allows the student to save the time and money that would normally be spent traveling to a studio.
Flute lessons will be tailored to the specific goals of the student. Every student will be introduced to music theory and the process of reading music. New flutists will learn how to hold, assemble, and clean the instrument, how to correctly blow into the instrument, articulation and fingering, and how to have fun playing the flute!
Many of our adult flute students are complete beginners, while others are former flutists now returning to an old hobby. We also have students who are more advanced and are looking to take their skills in both advanced classical repertoire and/or jazz improvization to the next level. Our teachers have proven methods to get you the results you desire.
Most flutists begin in 4th grade. Unlike the piano or specific string instruments, it is not a good idea to start the flute before the student enters elementary school. The student does need to have the strength to appropriately hold the instrument, and have the lung capacity to blow into the flute and produce a supported sound. The flute is easy to hold, carry, and care for, so many young players find it an attractive option.

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