Beth Chandler, flute and piccolo

with Paulo Steinberg (piano), Dorothy Maddison (soprano), Diane Phoenix-Neal (viola) and Jaclyn Wappel (harp)

Mon, Oct 9 @ 8 pm

RECITAL HALL

Beth Chandler, flute and piccolo

with Paulo Steinberg (piano), Dorothy Maddison (soprano), Diane Phoenix-Neal (viola) and Jaclyn Wappel (harp)

Mon, Oct 9 @ 8 pm

RECITAL HALL


Flutist Beth Chandler enjoys an active career as a soloist, chamber musician, orchestral player, and teacher. A frequent guest artist and master class clinician, Chandler has performed and presented at major venues, festivals, and universities throughout the United States and abroad. She has won numerous awards and honors, including the top prizes of the Flute Talk Competition and Myrna Brown Artist Competition, as well as National Flute Association competitions.

As a Fulbright Scholar, Chandler studied in Kent, England. A native Texan, Chandler holds degrees from Baylor University, New England Conservatory and University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, and her principal teachers were Helen Ann Shanley, Trevor Wye, Paula Robison, and Bradley Garner. Chandler recently served as president of the National Flute Association. She is professor of flute at James Madison University, and was the winner of the 2016-2017 College of Visual and Performing Arts Distinguished Teacher Award. www.bethchandler.com


HIGHLIGHTS


  • The female a cappella quintet Nobuntu will perform traditional Zimbabwean songs, Afro-jazz, and gospel music!



  • Catalyst Quartet will be "nothing short of fantastic." (Lincoln Journal Star)



  • "Rock stars of the percussion world," So Percussion is pushing its voice to the forefront of American musical culture.


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