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Flute, in-person

Lynne Stukart is an Award-winning flutist, highly respected Educator, and an Altus Flutes Performing Artist & Teacher.  Lynne received her Master’s degree in Music Performance, with an additional emphasis in Music History, from the University of Akron, where she was the Graduate Teaching Assistant to esteemed flutist, George Pope. 

Praised for her "gorgeous sound and exquisite musicality," Lynne has performed throughout the United States as well as in Europe. She has been a winner in several competitions, including the prestigious National Flute Association Competitions.  She's been Principal Flute with the Akron Lyric Opera, Handel Oratorio Society, and has appeared with many orchestras, including the Akron Symphony Orchestra, Galesburg Symphony Orchestra, and the Quad City Symphony Orchestra.

Lynne’s principle teachers have been Walter Haedrich (Quad City Symphony Orchestra, Emeritus), Peter Lloyd (London Symphony Orchestra, Emeritus),

George Pope (Akron Symphony Orchestra, Emeritus), and Amy Porter (International recording Artist).


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Oboe, in-person

Madelynn is a pianist and oboist in the Quad City area. Growing up in Moline, she studied both instruments and was involved in many extracurriculars for each one. When it came to university, she knew she wanted to continue studying both instruments with the same intensity. Mady is currently completing her degree at the University of Iowa where, along with major-level lessons in both instruments, she has enjoyed being involved in chamber music and large ensembles. Outside of the university setting, Mady has supplemented her studies with intensive summer music festivals in places like Iowa, Colorado, Tennessee, and Italy. Her most recent teachers include Dr. Rene Lecuona (piano) and Dr. Courtney Miller (oboe). 


Mady has previously taught private lessons in Iowa City for three years and understands that music education is an individual journey for each student. She is committed to fostering a supportive and inspiring learning environment where students can flourish as a musician and as an individual. Some of the core principles that guide her teaching include creating individual learning experiences, building strong foundations of theory, history, and technique, supporting creativity, and cultivating discipline, resilience, and confidence.

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