Music and the other arts are the most potent demonstration that, in the heart, we are all one community.
~ Jan Swafford
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Caroline is Principal Flute with the Greenville (SC) Symphony Orchestra and is on the faculty at South Carolina Governor’s School for Arts and Humanities. She has frequently been featured soloist with the GSO and other ensembles, performing works of Bach, Mozart, Chaminade, Gluck, Godard, and most recently, Lukas Foss.
Caroline is active in chamber music, both in solo recitals and part of the GSO Spotlight Series. She has held positions with the Springfield (IL) Symphony, Cedar Falls/Waterloo Symphony, Asheville Symphony, and Augusta Opera, and has played in the orchestras of Broadway Touring shows at the Peace Center.
Caroline earned Master and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees from the University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign, and a Bachelor of Music degree from Florida State University. Her primary teachers were Charles DeLaney, Alexander Murray, and Felix Skowronek. She has also worked with William Bennett, Carl Hall, Paula Robison, Stephen Preston, and Kyril Magg.
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