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Kate Flum

Flutist “Kate” Flum "wins the heart of her audience" (VisionTimes, China) with appearances
hailed as “breathtaking” (PBS), “performed with just the right light touch” (Chicago Classical
Review), and “poignant” (Chicago Tribune). Praised for her beautiful tone and musicality, she
performs with the nation’s top musicians and ensembles at venues such as New York’s
Spectrum Hall, Chicago’s Orchestra Hall, Civic Opera House, Pritzker Pavillion at Millennium
Park, Harris Theater, Preston Bradley Hall at the Cultural Center, Constellation, and Fourth
Presbyterian Church.

 

Kate is heard performing in recordings from Chicago Recording Company Studios, 98.7 WFMTChicago,
Excelcia Music Publishing, Carl Fischer Music, and GIA WindWorks. She was a
finalist for the Edes Foundation Prize for Emerging Artists, and is featured as soloist in Jens
Jensen: The Living Green, the internationally lauded and highly awarded PBS documentary.
Kate performed as Principal Flute with the Chicago Opera Theater in the world premiere of The
Invention of Morel, by Stewart Copeland, founder and drummer of The Police, and the midwest
premiere of The Perfect American, by Philip Glass.

 

Prior to beginning doctoral studies, Kate was a faculty member at DePaul University School of
Music, where she was the Coordinator of Woodwinds, and directed the Woodwind and Brass
Chamber Music Program and the Orchestral Repertoire for Woodwinds curriculum. Appointed
by the Dean of the School of Music, Kate regularly served on curriculum planning committees at
the college and university levels. She is currently completing the doctor of musical arts degree
at the University of North Texas, where she serves as Graduate Coordinator in the Wind Studies
and Conducting Division under Eugene Migliaro Corporon, as a student of Mary Karen Clardy.