Rie Schmidt teaches flute at the 92nd Street Y, the Bloomingdale School of Music, the Allen-Stevenson School in New York City, and the Suzuki Music School in Westport, Connecticut. In 1983, she gave her Carnegie Recital Hall debut as a winner of the Artists International Competition.
Sue Ann Kahn
Sue Ann Kahn was honored with one of the first Solo Recitalist Fellowships from the National Endowment of the Arts and received the American New Music Consortium Award for distinguished performances of contemporary music. She continues to champion new music, and American composers as diverse as George Crumb, Harvey Sollberger, Ralph Shapey, and Peter Schickele have written works for her.
Eleanor Lawrence (1936-2001) was an active freelance flutist and teacher in New York. She studied flute with James Pappoutsakis while an undergraduate at Radcliffe College, where she majored in political science, and at the New England Conservatory, where she earned a master's degree in flute.
Harold Jones (1934-2015) studied flute with David Underwood in Chicago and won a scholarship to the Sherwood Music School in Chicago, where he became a member of the Chicago Civic Orchestra under George Schick. He came to New York in 1955 and was awarded a scholarship to the Juilliard School of Music.
Harry H. Moskovitz
Harry Moskovitz (1904-1981), a graduate of the New England Conservatory, where he was a pupil of Georges Laurent, studied with Georges Barrère at the Juilliard Graduate School. He was a member of the NBC Symphony, CBS Symphony, St. Louis Symphony, New York City Center Symphony and Opera Orchestras, the Voice of Firestone Orchestra, and the New York Philharmonic Stadium Concerts.