Margaret A. Claudin M.Mus.
Adjunct Faculty / School of Music and Performing Arts
Flutist Margaret Claudin has made frequent solo and chamber music appearances throughout the United States and Europe. Her repertoire covers a wide musical spectrum, ranging from baroque sonatas, to premiering contemporary compositions. She holds the Professional Studies Diploma from Temple University, the Master of Music degree from Wichita State University, and the Bachelor of Music degree in flute performance from the University of Colorado. Her teachers include the late New York Philharmonic principal Julius Baker, English flute soloist William Bennett, David Shostac of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, and David Cramer of the Philadelphia Orchestra. In addition, Mrs. Claudin also studied the baroque flute with Sandra Miller, and has participated in numerous master classes, including those of Stephen Preston, celebrated English baroque flutist. Mrs. Claudin is a chamber music coach and flute instructor at Cairn University, and in her private studio in Philadelphia. A member of the National Flute Association, Mrs. Claudin is board member of the Flute Society of Greater Philadelphia and serves as an adjudicator in the Philadelphia area.