Lisa Schroeder


Flutist, Lisa Schroeder is a Los Angeles based performer, teacher, and clinician. As a Solo Artist with Altus Flutes, and as flutist with Noteworthy Duo, Lisa has established herself as a first-rate artist and teacher, performing in Concerts and giving Master Classes across the United States, Europe, South America and Asia. The duo’s 2nd CD entitled “As In Dreams…Reflections for flute and guitar” was recently released in February 2012 and has received rave reviews. The Australian Victorian Flute Guild Magazine hails it “enchanting, mystical and breathtaking!”

In great demand as a teacher, Ms. Schroeder is the Flute Professor at California State University San Bernardino and Vanguard University of Southern California. She has written articles for Flute Talk Magazine, and is currently writing a Doctoral Dissertation on “The Flute and Guitar Duo (1986 to 2014): The Role of the Guitar and its Evolution from Accompaniment to Equal Partner.” In 2004, her interest in new music inspired a Master’s Thesis entitled, “Twentieth-Century Techniques in Flute Literature: Learning and Teaching Multiphonics”.

Lisa is a frequent Artist and Speaker at the National Flute Association Conventions held each summer, as well as a Guest Artist for Flute Societies across the Country. She enjoys integrating her knowledge and excitement for the alto and bass flute in recitals and clinics. Lisa is the winner of the 2009 National Flute Association Convention Performers Competition, and a consecutive winner (2008-2011) of the Professional Flute Choir Competition in which she performed principal bass flute at the Kansas City, New York City, Anaheim, and Charlotte Conventions. Her expressive playing transports the audience into the music and has received praise from the flute community.

Gary Schocker, a renowned flutist/composer/pianist, states “Lisa Schroeder is a dynamic performer who brings her own style to the flute.” In 2011, Lisa received the prestigious Iowa Performance Fellowship at the University of Iowa, where she has a projected December 2014 completion of her Doctor of Musical Arts degree in flute performance and pedagogy. She also holds flute performance degrees from The Cole Conservatory of Music at California State University Long Beach (M.M.) and Middle Tennessee State University (B.M.).

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