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Flutist Anita Uhlmann is a freelance performer and teacher in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is available for private lessons and music for events such as weddings, receptions, and cocktail parties.
Anita received a Master of Music from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, where she studied with San Francisco Symphony Principal Flute Tim Day. She also holds a Bachelor of Music from the Northwestern University School of Music.
Anita was chosen to represent the San Francisco Conservatory in a recital as part of the Conservatory Project at the Kennedy Center in May of 2009. She is a member of the Magik*Magik Orchestra, an ensemble that brings together independent rock musicians and classical artists in the San Francisco Bay Area. Some performances include two seasons of the Nutcracker with the Mark Foehringer Dance Project at the Zeum and shows at the Swedish American Hall, Hotel Utah, at the Getty House with Third Eye Blind, and the SF MOMA 75th Anniversary celebration.
Anita is a dedicated teacher and is a flute instructor at Logan High School and Alvarado Middle Schools in Union City. She also maintains a private teaching studio in Menlo Park. During the summer of 2008, Anita was a faculty member at the Cazadero Performing Arts Camp in Northern California. She was a flute teacher and chamber coach with the Conservatory In Schools program at Presidio Middle School in 2008.
Anita has been a Substitute Member and Semi-Finalist with the New World Symphony since 2007 and was a finalist in the San Francisco Conservatory of Music Concerto Competition in the spring of 2008. She was a Texas Music Festival Orchestra Fellow in 2007 and was an Associate Member with the Civic Orchestra of Chicago from 2006-7. Other honors include awards of Finalist in the 2007 Chicago Flute Club Solo Artist Competition and First Place in the 2006 Madison Flute Club Young Artist Competition.
Before coming to San Francisco, Anita was an active freelance performer and teacher in St. Louis. While in St. Louis, she was invited to perform at the Sheldon Concert Hall as part of the Prelude Performances concert series. She also maintained a private studio and was a flute instructor with the Mehlville School District.
In the summer of 2006, Anita was invited to study with Denis Bluteau and Robert Langevin at the Orford Arts Centre Academy of Music in Quebec, where she appeared in recital as a soloist and chamber musician. Other performances include a series of concerts in Tuscany as Principal Flutist of the Siena Summer Music Institute Chamber Orchestra, master classes at the Cincinnati Flute Symposium and performances at the Walfrid Kujala Flute and Piccolo Masterclasses in Orchestral Performance. Anita has performed in the master classes of numerous well-known flutists, including Paula Robison, Amy Porter, Timothy Hutchins, Dr. Bradley Garner, Jill Felber, and Zart Dombourian-Eby. Her principal teachers include Tim Day, Mark Sparks, Walfrid Kujala and Richard Graef.