Flute Professor Tadeu Coelho invites alumni of the Flute Studio back to UNCSA to collaborate on a recital featuring music by BIPOC and LGBTQ+ composers as well as other original works for flute. Flute alumni Laura Kaufman Mowry (H.S. Diploma ’07), Timothy Hagen (B.M. ’03) and Faculty Artist Allison Gagnon will be featured.
Kaufman Mowry(opens in new tab) is a soloist as well as orchestral and chamber musician who has been hailed by The Washington Post for “absolutely gorgeous flute-playing.” She has performed with the National Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, Smithsonian Chamber Players, Annapolis Symphony, DC Public Opera, Buffalo Philharmonic, and New World Symphony, among others.
Hagen(opens in new tab) is an internationally acclaimed performer, composer, scholar and educator. His flute playing has been praised for "technical virtuosity and musical sensitivity" (NewMusicBox) and "real flair" (The Well-Tempered Ear). A prizewinner at multiple major flute competitions, he is principal flute of the Dubuque Symphony and was principal flute of the Missouri Symphony from 2009-2016.