2020 Summer Online Flute Intensive

Open to all ages and all levels

June 15 – 19, 2020 | 10:00am– 3:00pm EDT

  • Build skills of technique and musicianship including sight-reading, articulation, intonation, ensemble etiquette, improvisation, sound, dynamics, and more! 
  • Work with top-level teachers
  • Make new connections
  • Boost your confidence
  • Take your playing to the next level

Schedule for the week

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How do you sign up?

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Participating Teachers

Elizabeth Erenberg, Intonation & The Art of Teaching

Hailed as “remarkable” by The Boston Musical Intelligencer, Elizabeth Erenberg is an active performer, recording artist, and teacher around the globe. Behind the scenes, Elizabeth has been a fierce advocate for musicians. Her work for organizations like NPR’s From the Top, Tufts University, MusicOvation and more have made her a well-rounded and savvy musician. She holds degrees from New England Conservatory of Music and the University of Oregon. Currently, she resides in York, Pennsylvania where she is an active freelancer, recording artist, blogger, and teacher. Elizabeth is also a certified yoga teacher.

William Kenlon, Approachable Music Theory

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Dr. William Kenlon (b. 1983), based in Washington D.C., is a composer specializing in music for chamber, choral, and jazz ensembles. Described as “pointed and groovy” (New Music Box), Kenlon’s music has garnered praise for its “lyrical personality that is original and strong” (Boston Musical Intelligencer), and for its sophisticated tonal explorations: “solid without being dense, clear without being sparse, and ever-changing without being random” (ibid). Following a stint as a Visiting Professor of Music at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, he is currently a freelance composer and singer, a theory instructor at the University of Maryland, Catholic University, and American University, and a co-founder of the District New Music Coalition.

Allison Parramore, Articulation and Ensemble Etiquette


Allison Parramore is the Second Flutist of the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra, Second Flutist and Piccolo player of the Missouri Symphony Orchestra, and Principal Flutist of Boston’s Phoenix Orchestra. Also an active freelancer, she has performed with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, New World Symphony, Tanglewood Music Center, Boston Lyric Opera, Boston Philharmonic, Odyssey Opera, Albany Symphony, New Haven Symphony, Cape Symphony, and New Bedford Symphony Orchestra, among others. Ms. Parramore’s awards include first prize in the 35th Annual James Pappoutsakis Flute Competition, which resulted in her solo debut in Boston’s Jordan Hall, and also first prize of the 2016 Boston Woodwind Society Doriot Dwyer Competition. This spring she presented her newest talk, “Freelancing and Entrepreneurship: Navigating the field from student to full-time professional” to several universities around the country. www.allisonparramore.com

Adam Eccleston, Taking The Scary Out of Sight-reading

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Originally from New York City, Mr. Eccleston moved to Germany with his family at the age of nine. There he studied at the Frankfurt Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst. While living in Europe, he studied with Sir James Galway in Switzerland, William Bennett in England and went on to receive a Masters in Music from the New England Conservatory in Boston. Recently, Mr. Eccleston received a second Masters degree in Education, while a regular substitute with the Oregon Symphony.  Since 2015,  Mr. Eccleston has been the program director for BRAVO Youth Orchestras in Portland Oregon, an El Sistema inspired music program that serves over 1200+ students; He is also the 2020 Professional Artist in Residence for All Classical Portland Radio Station. During his free time, he enjoys traveling, cooking and tasting hot sauces. www.adameccleston.net

Geni Skendo, Flutes from Around the World and the World of Improvisation

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The Boston Globe calls Geni Skendo a “virtuoso,” creating a unique blend of jazz, free jazz and world music.  After a successful performing career in his native Albania, Geni moved to the US in 2003 to raise his jazz playing to a higher level.  Studies at the Berklee College of Music and The New England Conservatory (MM) led to a deep, ongoing involvement with the Boston music scene.  Geni performs with Mr. Ho’s Orchestrotica (Best World Music Act, Boston Phoenix Readers’ Poll, 2012), in both its quartet and big-band incarnations.  The quartet utilizes Geni’s full palette, while the big band relies heavily on Geni’s powerful bass flute in its recreation of long-lost arrangements by the legendary Mexican arranger Juan Garcia Esquivel.  Geni leads the Albanian/Jazz/Ambience group “Astronauts of Albania” and the free improvised chamber music group, Samurai Jazz Trio, consisting of shakuhachi, bass/shamisen and piano. Geni has released three CDs, most recently Acoustic Cowboy, featuring original compositions and new arrangements of songs from Olivier Messiaen, African pygmies and the Balkans.

Karin Hoesli, Sound & Dynamics


After completing her Music Performance Degree program at UCLA, Karin Hoesli moved to Europe to perform in orchestras and with chamber groups in Italy and Germany.  Since returning to Los Angeles, she has been working as a freelance musician.  She performs with local orchestras, chamber and jazz groups.  She can also be heard on movies and commercials.