Collection of notable flutists who have made publicly available recordings of the flute repertoire represented on the MASTERING the FLUTE website.
Lorna McGhee is a Scottish flutist, currently serving as Principal Flute of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra since 2012.
She studied with David Nicholson at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music in Glasgow and later with William Bennett and Michie Bennett at the Royal Academy of Music in London. She won the position of co-principal flute in the BBC Symphony Orchestra immediately following her graduation from RAM.
In 2012, she succeeded Robert Langevin as principal flute of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Since 2015 she is a faculty member of the Carnegie Mellon University. She has performed as a soloist with the London Symphony Orchestra, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, as well as Oregon Bach Festival Orchestra where she performed Krzysztof Penderecki's flute concerto under the baton of the composer. She teaches at several summer schools, including William Bennett International Summer School. Lorna McGhee is an advocate of the Alexander Technique, which she claims helping her free her sound and play without pain.