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Flute Lessons in
Wayland, MA

Musika has been offering Wayland 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 Wayland Flute Teachers

Genevieve L

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Genevieve holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Orchestral Conducting from Boston University under the tutelage of Maestro David Hoose. She had previously obtained Bachelor's and Master's degrees in flute performance at Université de Montréal, the later under the supervision of Mr. Denis Bluteau, associate principal flutist of Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal. Her teachers and mentors include Boris Brott, Kenneth Kiesler, Dr. Ann Howard Jones, William Lumpkin, Susan Hoeppner, Camille Churchfield and Jeanne Baxtresser. In addition to playing flute and piccolo in various ensembles, Genevieve has taught her instrument – as well as music theory and ear training – at École de musique Vincent-d'Indy, Académie de musique Pierre-Laporte, and École des jeunes de l'Université de Montréal from 2001 to 2008 and in the Community Programs of the Longy School of Music in 2012-2013. She is also a published author of musical literature and theory exercise books, Les Devoirs du prof Rémi, through Les Éditions École de musique Vincent-d'Indy. Canadian conductor Geneviève was appointed Assistant Conductor of the Boston Ballet Orchestra at the beginning of the 2010-2011 season and Music Director of Parkway Concert Orchestra in 2013. In March 2010, she was the recipient of the Sir Ernest MacMillan Memorial Foundation Award in orchestral conducting. In recent years, Genevieve has had the opportunity to step on the podium of various orchestras, including the McGill Chamber Orchestra, Lexington Symphony, Nashua Symphony, Longwood Symphony and Brookline Symphony. She was also Apprentice Conductor of the National Academy Orchestra of Canada for their 2009 and 2010 summer seasons. Her performances have been hailed as “impeccable” (Boston Phoenix), “ravishing” and of “exemplary pacing and reading” (Hugh Fraser). Active on the new music scene, she has collaborated with soloists of international stature and has premiered pieces by many contemporary composers including Alan Belkin, Eric Champagne, Brian Harman and Maxime Goulet. From 2005 to 2008, Genevieve was General and Artistic Director of Ensemble Euterpe, a Montréal-based orchestra she also founded. She has participated in a number of international conducting master classes including the Contemporary Music Conducting Workshop in Kromeriz, Czech Republic and Maestro Kenneth Kiesler’s famous Conductor's Retreat at Medomak. In November 2010, she was invited by the National Arts Center Orchestra (Ottawa) to attend the first edition of their Canadian Conductors Workshop.

Katherine G

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I am a flutist, educator, musicologist, and arts administrator from Morganville, NJ. I hold a Bachelor of Music Honors Degree with Distinction in Music Education from the University of Delaware and recently completed a Master of Arts in Musicology from Tufts University. I am certified to teach music from K-12 in Massachusetts and have been playing the flute for fourteen years, having performed in ensembles ranging from the UD Symphony Orchestra as a flutist/piccolo player to UD Singers as a vocalist and UD Jazz Ensemble II as a trombonist. I spent two summers performing operetta and musicals on flute, piccolo, clarinet, and alto/tenor saxophone with the College Light Opera Company in Falmouth, MA, and am currently the Woodwind Instructor for the Boston University Marching Band. I have always had a passion for teaching and hope to pursue my PhD. in order to work with students at the college level.

Julia R

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I am a passionate and highly energized teacher. I graduated from Rhode Island College in 2010, and since then my life in music has taken me to numerous places. I did a tour in Austria and the Czech Republic, I have had the opportunity to take private lessons/master classes with some of the worlds best, and I get to share my love and knowledge of music with my students. 

Gordon B

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I'm passionate about music. I've written, conducted, and performed music as a multi-instrumentalist. I've also taught privately (on a number of concert band instruments) and written on the subject.

Sarah H

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I am a passionate and patient instructor who loves to help students find joy in making music. I believe that developing a methodical way of practicing and thinking about music reading, tone production, and creating rhythm is the key to unlocking the ability of students to enjoy the music they produce. In 2008 I graduated from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Music Education degree. During my ungraduate years I studied classical saxophone with Dale Underwood and was selected as a soloist with the university's concert band on two occassions. I was also a member of the school's jazz ensembles and began to study improvisation. Between 2008 and 2013 I taught classes and lessons, mostly classical in nature, but also played regularly in jazz ensembles around Washington DC. I honed my improvisation skills through attending Barry Harris' Jazz Workshop in NY and recieving lessons from the great Lee Konitz. I've had the opportunity to play with many formidable members of the jazz community, both old and young, and have performed at many venues. You can view my website for the particulars, along with samples of my jazz improvisation and free improvisation.
 
 

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People are busy these days, we get that. So we work around your schedule, giving you the option of taking lessons right in the comfort of your own home.

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More Information About Flute Lessons

At the beginning level, renting a flute is the best option. Yamaha, Armstrong, and Gemeinhardt are dependable models. For younger, smaller flutists, the student might consider using a curved headjoint to make to the flute easier to hold. As the student progresses, consider purchasing a more advanced model with open hole keys and B foot joint.
Flute lessons can occur in your home for the same price as in-studio lessons. The student lets Musika know what days and times work best, and we arrange for an instructor to come to your home, at no extra cost to you!
Musika offers customized lessons for each student. Additionally, teachers will focus on posture, breathing, tone, articulation, note-reading, and instrument care. Musika teachers want every student to excel and they will do their best to help each player realize his or her potential!
Flute can be an incredibly rewarding instrument to study as an adult. Of the woodwind instruments it can relatively easy to learn to play and most adults notice progress right away! The flute can be a wonderful instrument to play as a soloist or with fellow musicians.
Our recommended age for beginning flute lessons is age 8. Most school music programs begin introducing the woodwind instruments in 4th grade. If a young student is eager to begin flute lessons early, consider recorder lessons. The fingering on the recorder is the same as the flute, but the instrument is much easier to hold and produce a sound.

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