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Christina Smith

Principal Flute, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

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Christina Smith, principal flute of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra began studying flute at age seven. At age 15, she appeared as soloist with the San Francisco Symphony. Ms. Smith began her studies at the Curtis Institute of Music as a pupil of Julius Baker. At age 20, after two years in Mr. Baker’s studio, she won the principal flute chair in the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Ms. Smith has also studied with Jeffrey Khaner, Tim Day, and has collaborated extensively with master teacher and clinician Keith Underwood.

Ms. Smith has recently appeared as guest principal flutist with orchestras including the Chicago Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Vancouver Symphony, the Baltimore Symphony, the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, and the Pittsburgh Symphony.

Equally passionate about teaching, Ms. Smith serves on the faculty at Kennesaw State University and maintains a busy private studio. She remains highly in demand to teach masterclasses across the country.

Ms. Smith plays a vintage solid platinum flute, handmade in 1938 by Verne Q. Powell. The flute was once owned by renowned flutist Joseph Mariano.