Dr. Ginny Tutton is an award-winning performer and pedagogue with a passion for crafting programs that are innovative and engaging for modern audiences. As a soloist, Ginny dazzles audiences with her colorful tone, virtuosic technique, and expressive phrasing. She enjoys creating unique, captivating recitals, pairing music with artwork in Images and Sound, providing historical vignettes in Flute Music of the 1940s and British Flute Playing at the Turn of the Twentieth Century, and mixing styles in A Flutist Learns Jazz. Much in demand as a teacher, Ginny coaches students of all ages at Centre College and in her thriving private studios in Georgetown and Lexington, Kentucky. Dr. Tutton is also a frequent presenter at flute and music conferences where she delivers inventive lectures on flute, music education, and music theory including topics such as Debussy’s Syrinx: A Legacy, The Flute Studio of the Future: Incorporating STEM subjects into the private lessons curriculum, The Ian Anderson Method: How rock music can inform classical pedagogy, and Flute FUNdamentals: Improving beginner technique through games.Dr. Tutton holds a D.M.A. in Flute Performance from University of Kentucky, an M.M. in Flute Performance from University of Idaho, and a B.S. in Music Education from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Her primary teachers include Julie Hobbs and Leonard Garrison. Ginny is a native Tennessean, but she feels right at home in Lexington, KY where she lives with her husband and two cats. Click Here for Curriculum Vitae.
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