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Lisamarie McGrath, Flutist

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RECORDING ARTIST

Performer and producer of CD, Unimagined Bridges...Fountain of Consciousness, released in April of 2010. Features Unimagined Bridges (a commissioned work by Andrea Clearfield), Earth Meditations by Lisamarie McGrath, and works of DeMars, Hoover, Nakai, and Schocker.

Solo performer and producer of double-CD,
The Colors Fall, released in December 2007. Works by Copland, Bloch, Ibert, Hoover, Hindemith, DeMars, Saint-Saens, Roussel, Ravel, and Debussy.

PROFESSIONAL ORCHESTRAL EXPERIENCE

  • Concerto Soloist Chamber Orchestra (substitute), 1991-95

  • Opera Company of Philadelphia (substitute), 1992

  • Haddonfield Symphony (Piccolo), 1992-93

  • The Evergreen Players Theater Orchestra (Principal), 1982

OTHER ORCHESTRAL EXPERIENCE

  • Temple University Orchestra (Rotating Principal/ Piccolo), 1986-89

  • Longmont Symphony, CO (Principal), 1989-1990

  • Denver Symphony's Young A rtist's Orchestra (Principal), 1984-85, 1989-90

SOLO EXPERIENCE

Numerous concerts held in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Colorado, Wyoming, and India

CHAMBER MUSIC

  • Mystic Pulse, 2012 - Present

  • Penn Composers’ Guild, 1990-91

  • The Lockington Trio (Flute, Harp, Cello), 1989-90

  • The Friday Woodwind Quintet (coached by principal members of the Philadelphia Orchestra), 1987-88

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • Performer at the Annual National Flute Association Convention, New York, NY, August 2009

  • A winner of the National Flute Association Orchestral Audition Masterclass with Leone Buyse (1991)

  • Pottstown Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition Winner (1991) Performed the Cimarosa Concerto in A Major for two Flutes with the Pottstown Symphony

  • Fort Collins Young Artist's Concerto Competition Winner (1983)

FESTIVALS AND MASTER CLASSES

  • Stratford-upon-Avon Music Festival, Great Britain, 1990

  • Philadelphia Mozart on the Square Festival, 1992

TRAINING

Flute

Murray Panitz (Philadelphia Orchestra)

David Cramer (Philadelphia Orchestra)

Mark Sparks (St. Louis Symphony)

Suzanella Noble (Soloist)

Chamber

Richard Woodhams

A nthony Gigliotti

Bernard Garfield

Murray Panitz

Luis Biava

 

EDUCATION

Temple University Bachelor of Music (Cum Laude) in Performance (1989)
 

PROFESSIONAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE

The Bryn Mawr Conservatory of Music, Professor of Flute 9/7/13 to 8/1/15

(Substitute from 2001-2013)

University of Pennsylvania Masterclass & Concert, 4/ 8/ 11

Transverse Sonorities Flute Studio, Pennsylvania (1990 to present)

Children's Music Kushi Summer Conference (1994)

Suzuki and Music Therapy for The Academy of Children's Music (1991-93)

Private instruction in Baltimore, Wyoming, and Colorado