9:00am - 10:00am
Combined Flute Choir with Megan Makeever
Megan Makeever, a Bozeman native, holds a Bachelor's of flute performance from St. Olaf College and is currently working on her Master's degree from the University of Montana as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in flute and music theory. She has been a member of the Bozeman Symphony, Billings Symphony, and Intermountain Opera Orchestra. She is extremely excited about teaching and performing in many different genres and instruments, and genuinely desires to connect with others on a deeper level through the language of music. In her little free time, Megan can be found playing gigs as an award winning singer/songwriter with her keyboard and guitar.
4:30pm - 5:30pm
Flute Fundamentals with Lauren Reineking
A native of Billings, flutist Lauren Reineking is currently pursuing her Bachelor’s in Music Performance from the University of Montana in Missoula. She currently performs as the principal flutist for both the University of Montana Symphony Orchestra and the University of Montana Symphonic Wind Ensemble, both of which she has performed in since 2013. As a strong advocate for the flute studio, she also serves as the president of the University of Montana Flute Choir and actively participates in flute activities around Montana. She currently studies under Professor Margaret Lund Schuberg.
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Flutistry Workshop with Adam Workman
Raised in Vergennes, Vermont, flutist Adam Workman moved to Boston in 1998 to pursue his love of music. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Flute Performance from the Boston University College of Fine Arts where he studied with Marianne Gedigian, Jacques Zoon, and Linda Toote. He also received considerable guidance from Jonathan Landell, Court Gettel, Louis Moyse, Steven Finley, James Walker, and Paula Robison. Adam has appeared in orchestral, chamber, and solo performances throughout the country, and can be heard with the Boston-based Commonwealth Chamber Players and the Fensgate Chamber Players. His solo CD, “Tribute: Past, Present, Future” was released under the Azadmusico label.
Sought after as a teacher and coach, Adam has had students accepted at The Peabody Conservatory, The Yale University School of Music, The Longy School of Music, and The NYU School of Music. Formerly on faculty at the Boston Flute Academy, he has also coached the flutists of the Greater Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra and has taught masterclasses at Boston University College of Fine Arts, Eastman School of Music, Yale School of Music,
Peabody Conservatory of Music, New England Conservatory, Berklee College of Music, Interlochen Arts Academy, University of Georgia Athens, University of Missouri, University of Akron, Hartt School of Music, and The Kennedy School in Berlin, Germany, among others. Adam currently maintains a private studio at Flutistry Boston.
In addition to his artistic pursuits, Adam has held high-level roles at major companies in Boston including ViaCell, Inc, The Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center, Biogen Idec, and was also Director of Classic and Amadeus Flutes at the Wm. S. Haynes Flute Company. With this unique background in both the creative and corporate worlds, Mr. Workman founded Muddy River Creative, an Arts Consulting firm, in 2004 (which later developed into Flutistry Boston). As such, he has made various contributions to the work of Marianne Gedigian, Paula Robison, Steven P. Finley, FluteFX, Charles Villarrubia, The Wm. S. Haynes Flute Company, Yesterday Service Music, The National Flute Association, The University of Texas at Austin, and SonyBMG Records. Adam has proudly served as a member of the Board of Directors for the James Pappoutsakis Memorial Flute Competition since 2007.
Recognized for his repair skills by the Vermont Guild of Flute Making, Mr. Workman was trained in flute repair by master flutemakers Steven P. Finley (FluteFX and Wm. S. Haynes), Jonathan Landell, Muramatsu Flutes, Lillian Burkart, David and Joel Straubinger and is a Muramatsu & Straubinger Certified Repair Technician.