Alicia is a recent graduate of the University of Connecticut. She began studying flute in the fourth grade. She taught herself the basics of flute while playing in a concert band during middle school. In high school, she became more serious about playing the flute, leading her to take lessons with Greig Shearer. She studied with Naomi Senzer during her time at Uconn. She has played in Uconn's Symphonic Band, a pit orchestra for Sweeney Todd, and is currently playing with the Manchester Symphony Orchestra and Chorale.
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“I believe that every student learns differently, and therefore my approach to teaching should be tailored to each of my students. I also believe that mutual respect and trust is important in learning music– music is hard to learn and mistakes will be made; it doesn't help if the student is afraid to make mistakes in front of their teacher. As a younger student, I developed a lot of bad habits with my technique so I would like to help younger students learn proper techniques, so they don't have to re-learn it as I did. I strive to provide a space for students to explore their own musical interests!”
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