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100 Years of Flute Music 2.0: Carla Copeland-Burns & Erinn Frechette, flutes; Ināra Zandmane, piano

A colorful and varied program of works selected from the last 100 years, including recent National Flute Association commissioned composers James Stephenson, Amanda Hargrave & Evan Williams.

Admission is free.

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Flutist Carla Copeland-Burns enjoys an active teaching and performing career based in North Carolina. Noted as a flexible and versatile player, she performs with the Greensboro and North Carolina Symphony orchestras, as well as the North Carolina Opera, Carolina Ballet, flute4, Mallarmé Chamber Players, and with the performer/composer collective Blue Mountain/Forecast. Enthusiastic about new works, she has been a member of commissioning projects and premiere performances with her chamber ensembles and as a soloist. Carla Copeland-Burns teaches at Duke University and Meredith College.

Erinn Frechette joined the Charlotte Symphony in 2002. Previously she has been a member of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra, and the Sorg Opera Company Orchestra. As a soloist and chamber musician, she has performed as Principal Flutist of the Ethos Chamber Orchestra and Queen City Virtuosi, with Piccolo Spoleto Festival, Suzuki and Friends Chamber Music Series, Fresh Ink, the Charlotte New Music Festival, The Current, Providence Chamber Music Series, and Friends of Music Series. In addition to her orchestral duties, she maintains an active teaching schedule. Erinn is Adjunct Professor of Flute at Wingate University.

Ināra Zandmane is one of the leading collaborative pianists in North Carolina. She has performed with such artists as Dmitry Sitkovetsky, Augustin Hadelich, Ray Chen, Sergei Antonov, Yura Lee, Martin Storey, Paul Coletti, Ian Clarke, and Branford Marsalis, in addition to regularly performing with Blue Mountain Ensemble and in duos with saxophonist Susan Fancher and violinist Fabián López. Ināra Zandmane is the staff accompanist at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.