James Romeo (Flute)

 

James began studying the flute with his mother at age 10. He made his solo debut in 2004, performing for the La Jolla Music Society’s prelude young artist series. In 2008, he made his solo orchestral debut with the Roosevelt University Orchestra playing the Nielsen Concerto. He has participated in many competitions, winning second place at San Diego Flute Guild Young Artist Competition (2011), first place at the Tuesday Musical Association in Ohio (2011), as well as the Musical Merit Foundation of Greater San Diego (2006, 2009, 2011), among others. He has also performed with several ensembles, including the Kent-Blossom Festival Orchestra, the Orford Festival Orchestra, and the Canton Symphony Orchestra. Studying under Thomas Robertello, James attended the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University, earning a Bachelor of Music in Flute in 2009. He has also received a Master of Music in Flute under Joshua Smith at the Cleveland institute of Music in 2011. He has performed in masterclasses with Patricia George, Nicola Mazzanti, Jennifer Gunn, Matthieu Dufour, and Robert Langevin.

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James Romeo
Flute