Sandy Schwoebel, Flute
Sandy Schwoebel holds B.M., M.M. and D.M.A. degrees in flute performance. She was Assistant Professor of Flute and Music History at Central Washington University, Editor-in-Chief of The Flutist Quarterly, and Consulting Editor and writer for Flute Talk magazine. Additionally, she worked as a Teaching Artist for Tucson Unified School District's innovative Opening Minds through the Arts Program (OMA Project), and has served as a Grants Reviewer in Arts
Education for the National Endowment for the Arts. Currently Sandy has a large private studio, teaches at Pima Community College in Tucson, Arizona, and performs regularly as a soloist and section player with ensembles throughout the Southwest including Broadway in Tucson, the Arizona Bach Festival Orchestra and the Southern Arizona Symphony, sometimes touring as far away as China. She also writes a regular
column for the online New Zealand magazine, Flute Focus. Her primary passion other than flute is dancing Argentine tango.