Santa Fe, New Mexico USA
Flutist Linda Marianiello has worked in many areas of flute playing as soloist, recording artist, chamber musician, principal and assistant principal flutist of symphony and opera orchestras, and as a member of several orchestras for Broadway musicals. Her interest in 18th-century music also led her to study and perform extensively on baroque flutes. She specializes in how to apply 18th-century performance practices to modern flute playing.
Linda has been a guest artist at major European festivals and on concert series throughout the United States. The National Flute Association has featured her in recitals, master classes, and discussion panels at their New York, Boston, Atlanta, Chicago, and Minneapolis conventions. She visited Guangzhou, China in 2002, where she taught and played in recital at the South China Conservatory of Music.
Linda Marianiello has recorded extensively for the Bavarian Radio in Munich, Germany. Her solo CD’s include: “Music for Flute and Piano" (Helicon, New York), “Dialogues: American Music for Flute and Organ" (Musicians Showcase Recordings, New York), and a Baroque Sampler for Swineshead Productions (Berkeley, CA). In fall 2008, MSR released "Consolations: Romantic Music for Flute and Piano." She released a new CD of European music for flute and organ in 2010.
As a teacher, Linda Marianiello has been on the faculty of several music schools and universities, while she has also maintained a private studio for 35 years. She has given master classes throughout the US, in Europe and China. For two summers she taught at the Sherwood Conservatory of Music Summer Flute Institute in the Chicago Loop. With colleagues Susan Levitin and Bart Feller, she founded Santa Fe Flute Immersion in 2012. Linda enjoys long-distance teaching via the Internet. She loves the possibility of doing master teaching to and from any location and finds that, in most cases, it works very well for flute.
Linda Marianiello holds a B.A. with honors from Yale University and an M.A. from the City University of New York-Brooklyn College. Her teachers are Bernard Goldberg, Thomas Nyfenger, Julius Baker, Walfrid Kujala, as well as Peter Thalheimer, Sandra Miller, and Janet See for baroque flute.
Linda Marianiello currently resides in Santa Fe, where is she Artistic Director of the Chapel Series at Immaculate Heart and Santa Fe Flute Immersion. She also serves as rehearsal pianist for the New Mexico Bach Society (NMBS) and President of the New Mexico Performing Arts Society (www.nmperformingartssociety.org), the non-profit umbrella organization that presents the Chapel Series, Flute Immersion and the NMBS. She records for the MSR Classics label and Candlewood Digital. Linda Marianiello is a Recording Studio Artist for Verne Q. Powell Flutes (www.powellflutes.com).
April 3, 2016 Mozart, Concerto for Flute and Harp, K. 299 New Mexico Performing Arts Society "Mozartfest 2016" Las Vegas, New Mexico.
May 8, 2016 The Art of Transcription with Linda Marianiello, flute, Robert Marcus, clarinet and Steinway Artist Jacquelyn Helin, piano. Music of Bach, Mozart, Faure, Brahms, Franck and Ravel. The Chapel Series at Immaculate Heart, Santa Fe, NM
June 27-July 4, 2016 SANTA FE FLUTE IMMERSION with Susan Levitin and Bart Feller in performance classes and speciality workshops on tone quality & the interpretation of French repertoire.
Featuring Apache flutist and flutemaker Phillip Haozous and Navajo flutist/recorder player Hyda Maria Dougherty in concert
More info at: www.nmperformingartssociety.org