Flutist Nicole Schroeder made her Carnegie Hall debut as First Prize Winner of the 2014 International Shining Stars Concerto Competition. According to the Epoch Times, “Schroeder played with a beautiful, well-projected tone undiluted by excess air, as well as subtly understated dynamics and lyrical phrasing.” Nicole frequently plays flute in the Broadway show Wicked; has appeared as an extra on the show Mozart in the Jungle; and performs with a number of symphony, opera, theatre, and ballet orchestras in NY, NJ, and PA.
In addition to Nicole’s work at Harmony Program, she is a Teaching Artist with Midori & Friends and ArtsConnection and is a member of the flute faculty at Thurnauer School of Music in Tenafly, NJ. She holds a Masters of Music degree in Flute Performance from New York University, is trained in the Suzuki Method for flute, and has completed Marquis Studios’ Teaching Artist Training Institute for working with students on the autism spectrum. Nicole currently serves as Treasurer of the New York Flute Club.