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Amrutha Koteeswaran


Amrutha is currently a graduate student at the University of Texas studying under Professor Marianne Gedigian. While working towards her Master's degree in Flute performance, Amrutha is also a private lesson and masterclass instructor in the Austin area working with Austin ISD, Hays ISD, and Round Rock ISD. She received her Bachelor's degree in flute performance from Baylor University in 2021 studying under Dr. Charlotte Daniel.

As a performer, Amrutha currently plays with the UT Wind Ensemble, UT Symphony Orchestra, and New music ensemble. She also is a freelance musician in the Austin area, and has performed at venues and churches, as well as with the Central Texas Philharmonic. She has also been a part of the Baylor University Wind Ensemble and performed with them during their TMEA Centennial Performance in 2020. Amrutha has also performed at the 2018 CBDNA conference with the Baylor University Symphonic band.

As a soloist, Amrutha has performed in many different competitions and recitals. In 2019, she won the Texas Flute Society Masterclass competition to perform for Kara Kirkendoll-Welch, and was also invited to perform at the Texas Flute Symposium for Dr. Conor Nelson. Amrutha was also a competitor in the Baylor University Concerto competition, and the Austin Flute Society's Young Artist's competition in 2020. 


Amrutha Koteeswaran
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