- Amy Porter (Flute)
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A native of Wilmington, Delaware, Ms. Porter is a graduate of the Juilliard School in New York. After Juilliard, she held the position of Associate Principal Flute in the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra for eight years before becoming Professor of Flute at the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre and Dance in Ann Arbor. She is the founder and Past President of the non-profit Southeast Michigan Flute Association. She is founder of the popular workshop, "Amy Porter's Anatomy of Sound" held annually in Ann Arbor with Professor of Theatre (Movement) Jerald Schwiebert and internationally renowned guests. She also is the master teacher for the MPULSE Summer Institute for advanced High School students at U of M.Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: The Duderstadt Center Audio Studio, University Of Michi (05/06/2008-05/08/2008).
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Works DetailsTelemann, Georg Philipp : Fantasias (12), for flute, TWV 40 :: 2-13
- Performer: Amy Porter (Flute)
- Notes: The Duderstadt Center Audio Studio, University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI (05/06/2008-05/08/2008)
- Running Time: 54 min. 56 sec.
- Period Time: Baroque
- Written: 1732-1733