Flutists at the Montreal summer institute with teachers David Gerry, Kelly Williamson, and Sara Traficante.

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Kelly Williamson

Kelly Williamson holds a BMus in performance with Distinction from McGill University, and a MMus in performance from l’Université de Montréal. Prior to entering at McGill she was a student at the Academy Program at Mount Royal College Conservatory in Calgary. As a teen and young adult she participated in lessons and master classes with Geoffrey Gilbert and Peter Lloyd, as well as other well-known flutists, and has studied privately with Toshio Takahashi, founder of the Suzuki Flute School. She was an active freelance musician and private teacher in Montreal for many years, and was also Suzuki Flute Coordinator at the McGill Conservatory, before relocating to Cambridge, Ontario. Kelly has been a frequent clinician in schools and an adjudicator at music festivals, and is invited to teach at workshops all around the world. She was appointed a Teacher Trainer in flute in May 2006, is the current SAA representative to the ISA flute committee, and contributes regularly to the American Suzuki Journal.

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