Linda Habig is the instructor of flute in the Denison University Suzuki Program (Granville, Ohio), and also teaches privately. A member of the Heisey Wind Ensemble, Linda also performs with the Sweet Silver Flute Trio and in several other chamber ensembles. She has played with regional orchestras and ensembles in Chicago, New Jersey, and central Ohio. She is a registered flute instructor with the Suzuki Association of the Americas, having completed formal training through the Book 5 level at the International Flute Institute at Eastern Tennessee State University, the Berkshire Flute Institute at Williams College, Mass., and the Great Lakes Suzuki Flute Institute. She has completed additional Suzuki Association-sanctioned training, including a teacher practicum, and a musicality course with Tokio Takahashi, founder of the Suzuki flute method. Linda holds a Bachelor of Music degree in flute performance from Baldwin-Wallace College (Ohio). She has studied with prominent teachers in New York, Philadelphia and Chicago, including Frances Blaisdell, William Hebert, Kenton Terry, and Susan Levitin.