Collection of notable flutists who have made publicly available recordings of the flute repertoire represented on the MASTERING the FLUTE website.
Eugenia Zuckerman is a renown American flutist, lecturer and author.
Born in Boston, she studied flute with Julius Baker at the Juilliard School of Music in New York. Her career took off in 1970 after winning the Young Concert Artists audition and the following and critically acclaimed debut at New York's Town Hall.
Ever since she has played as a soloist with many orchestras, including the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Minnesota Orchestra, the English Chamber Orchestra, the Israel Chamber Orchestra etc. As a recitalist she has appeared on numerous concert venues and most prestigious festivals: Aspen, Mostly Mozart, South Bank, Tanglewood, Edinburgh, Schleswig-Holstein.
In 1988, she launched a regular lecture-performance series at the New York Public Library, combining musical performance with readings.
Eugenia Zuckerman has extensively recorded for CBS Masterworks, ProArte, Vox Cum Laude, and Newport Classics labels, followed by an exclusive contract with Delos Records.
She is also an author of two published novels: "Deceptive Cadence" (Viking, 1981) and "Taking the Heat" (Simon and Schuster, 1991), as well as three screen plays.