Flute Lessons

Learn how to read music, proper breathing technique and the standard repertoire, all while gaining the skills necessary to perform in an orchestra or ensemble.  Call us or use the contact button above to sign up for flute lessons today!

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More about our flute teachers:

Binnara Park

I teach Flute and Piano. I moved to the Philadelphia many years ago from Seoul, South Korea and have been so fortunate to have had the opportunity to study music in the United States. I have always been involved in music from a very young age. I began playing the piano at age 5, and picked up the flute and violin around age 10. Although I played these instruments from a young age, it was not until I was much older that I chose music as my career. In 2011 I moved to Philadelphia to begin my undergraduate studies at Temple University. I recently graduated from the same school with my Master’s Degree in flute performance, and am now building my career as both a performer and teacher. I have had such incredible music teachers over the course of my musical career, and hope to provide the same level of care and instruction to my own students. - Read More About Binnara 

Emily Stewart

I teach violin and viola, piano and flute. I have been playing violin for 14 years.  I have a bachelor's degree in Violin Performance from Temple University. I have experience teaching private and group lessons to all ages in various programs throughout the city, including Play on Philly and Temple Music Prep. I emphasize technique and practice methods in lessons while fostering an appreciation for all forms of music. - Read More About Emily

Gabe Preston

I teach Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute, Oboe, Bassoon. Born and raised in the Philly area, I am a woodwind multi-instrumentalist and composer currently finishing the master's program in music at Temple University. While I primarily studied classical repertoire throughout middle/high school and early in college at Temple, I eventually peaked an interest in jazz to the point where I switched my major during freshman year of college. In general, I'm open to playing all styles of music, and I always try to prepare my students to be able to play as many styles of music as possible, through emphasis on being able to play with a convincing sound and sense of rhythm, as well as other important basic concepts. Read more about Gabe