Still has played concerts in 13 countries and recorded several albums with the Koch International Classics label
Cookeville – Famed flutist Alexa Still will give a performance at Tennessee Tech University Feb. 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the Wattenbarger Auditorium of the Bryan Fine Arts Building. This performance is presented by the School of Music in association with the 2023 Flute Day.
Still was born in New Zealand and has long pursued music in her professional and personal life. She completed her undergraduate degree at Auckland University and later moved to New York to continue her music education. Still was the winner of the Principal Flute of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and has served as the president of the National Flute Association in the U.S. She is currently a professor at Oberlin College where she teaches classes in flute and chamber music.
Still has played concerts in 13 countries and recorded several albums with the Koch International Classics label. Her various recordings can be found online or wherever music is streamed.
While Still will be attending Tech’s annual Flute Day as a guest artist where she will perform for and give lessons to participants Feb. 4, her performance Feb. 3 is a separate affair which will be held in person. It will also be available to livestream at https://www.tntech.edu/fine-arts/music/live-stream.php.
The concert is free and open to the public. More information about Still is available at http://www.alexastill.com/promo/promo.html or https://www.oberlin.edu/alexa-still.
Photos courtesy of Tennessee Tech.