Flutist Kristine Rominski performs as a soloist, chamber, and orchestral musician. She is flutist with the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra and Seattle Collaborative Orchestra for the 2019-2020 concert season. She can also be found moonlighting with the Fremont Philharmonic Orchestra, Choroloco, the Tango Tigers, and Um Mundo Choro (Bainbridge Island). She was co-founder and flutist with the Incidental Chamber Players, a chamber ensemble that features woodwinds. Freelance performances include OvreArts Ensemble, Westmoreland Symphony, the Bach Choir of Pittsburgh, Alia Musica, Musicians with a Mission, and the Brazilian group Choro no Vinho.
An active music educator, Kristine currently teaches group woodwinds with Seattle Music Partners, is flute and piano teacher at Illumination Learning Studio and Flute Teacher at Meter Music School. She visits local elementary schools to assist their woodwind programs through the Micheal J Owens Music Education Fund and is a Teaching Artist through the Seattle Chamber Music Society’s “Chamber Music in the Classroom” program, coaching middle and high school flute ensembles. Kristine maintained vibrant studios at Hope Academy for Music and the Arts and coached the woodwind section of the East Liberty Community Engagement Orchestra. She taught at the UW-Madison Summer Music Clinic from 2014-2017, and the first iteration of the Hip Hop Orchestra Summer Music Camp in Pittsburgh.
Kristine received her Master of Music from Carnegie Mellon University studying with International flute soloist Alberto Almarza and former New York Philharmonic Principal Flutist Jeanne Baxtresser. She earned her Bachelor of Music from the University of Wisconsin-Madison studying with the versatile Madison Symphony Principal flutist Stephanie Jutt.
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