Linda Brunner

Linda Brunner, flute, is principal flutist with Maine’s Midcoast Symphony Orchestra, and has often appeared as soloist with the orchestra. She also has been a member of the Midcoast Woodwind Quintet and has performed with the Portland Symphony Orchestra and the Maine State Ballet Orchestra. Since 1991, she has given solo and chamber music performances with the Maine Friends of Music, a Baroque ensemble which collaborated with other French and American artists in 2007 to perform a 4-concert tour in France as well as a 5-concert tour in Ohio with the French/American Friends of Baroque Music.

“On the instrumental side were flute, viola, and bassoon, excellent from beginning to end.” (Var Matin)

Linda has been a member of the Downeast Chamber players and the Bangor Symphony, and has taught at the University of Maine in Orono. Currently, she conducts the Hallowell Community Band which performs weekly summer concerts in Boothbay Harbor, Maine, and has directed several school and community ensembles. Brunner studied flute with Robert Cavally, James Pappoutsakis, and Frances Drinker. She earned degrees from the New England Conservatory of Music and the College Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati.

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