Teaches Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone
Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone
M.M. in Flute Performance from University of Missouri - Kansas City, B.M. in Music from Principia College
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Classical, Jazz, Musical Theatre, Orchestral, Chamber Music
Principal flutist with the St. Louis Philharmonic Orchestra, Gateway Festival Orchestra
In 2011, Maggie attended the Suzuki de Peru festival to take Suzuki Flute training. In 2012 she took book 2 Suzuki Flute training and in 2013 studied tone development with the developer of the Suzuki Flute program, Takahashi.
Currently, Maggie serves as principal flutist of the St. Louis Philharmonic and the Gateway Festival Orchestra. She has participated as a member of the West Winds clarinet quintet which was originally formed to play the music of Matt Betton, renowned clarinetist, orchestra leader, composer, and founder of the International Jazz Association.
Other performance opportunities include various performances in musicals throughout the St. Louis area for the past 12 years. These performances have included a mixture of flute, piccolo, clarinet, and saxophone.
As a teacher, Maggie started giving her first lessons in the 8th grade. During high school, she assisted the band director in teaching after school lessons for beginning flute students. For the past 12 years, Maggie has been teaching clarinet, saxophone, and flute lessons in the St. Louis area. She has also taught band, choir, and pre-school and elementary general music classes.