Andover Educators
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Andrée Martin, DMA

D.M.A., SUNY Stony Brook
M.M., University of Ottawa
B.M., Memorial University of Newfoundland
Licensed Andover Educator, 2014
"Focal Dystonia: My Journey Inward" Flutist Quarterly 2011
"Simple Solutions: Using Baronisms to Enhance Your Performance" Flutist Quarterly 2005
"A Performance Guide to Jolivet's Chant de Linos" Flute Talk 2004

Region: Southern United States
Home State: Georgia
Available for:  * workshops * individual lessons
Contact:
Website: music.columbusstate.edu/flute/
Telephone: 706.649.7361

Andrée Martin, professor of flute at the Schwob School of Music at Columbus State University (GA), has performed at Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, the Warsaw Autumn Festival, and the Prague Spring Festival. She has performed and presented at the Seattle Flute Fair, the Florida State University Flute Day, and the National Flute Association, International Clarinet Association, North American Saxophone Alliance and American Musicological Society Conventions.

Andrée shares her passion for studying body awareness and movement via her Body Mapping course at the Schwob School of Music, which is also the home of Summerflute, a 5-day course focusing on self-awareness (through Feldenkrais), practical anatomy (through Body Mapping), and the Alexander Technique.

Andrée has performed throughout the U.S., Japan, Canada, Mexico and Europe and was in residence at the Aspen Music Festival and the Banff Center. She has been published in Flute Talk and The Flutist Quarterly and has premiered works by Earle Brown, Alvin Lucier, Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon, Ralph Shapey, J.M. David, Brian Cherney, David Lang, Perry Goldstein, Daniel Weymouth, Roscoe Mitchell, Petr Kotik and Jackson Mac Low.

A native of Newfoundland, Andrée was the first recipient of the Samuel Baron Memorial Prize and a winner of the Stony Brook Concerto Competition. Funding for her studies with Samuel Baron, Carol Wincenc, Tara O’Connor and Robert Cram came in part from a grant from the Canada Council for the Arts.

Her students have won the Texas Flute Society Masterclass and Orchestral Excerpt Competitions, the MTNA Senior and Young Artist Competition (state divisions), the Atlanta Flute Club Competition, the Mid South College Masterclass and High School Competitions, the Florida Flute Fair Masterclass Competition, and the Artist International Competition. An advocate of international education, she has taught in Paris, Oxford, and Florence.


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