Adrienne Tedjamulia Read is a flutist and freelance musician in the Tallahassee area. Her playing has been described as “brilliant” and “moving.” Adrienne has played principal flute with Utah Valley Symphony and Southwest Symphony Orchestra and was a guest soloist with the Orchestra of Southern Utah. As a teacher, Adrienne’s private students have won recognition at local competitions, and she has served in local chapters of the National Federation of Music Clubs and various flute associations in the states of Utah and Florida. Committed to both teaching and performing, she had held adjunct teaching positions at Southern Utah University, Snow College, and Brigham Young University.
Taking a special interest in the expanding repertoire for alto and bass flutes, Adrienne was a finalist in the inaugural Alto Artist Competition at the 2019 National Flute Association (NFA) Annual Convention, winner on bass flute in the 2020 NFA Professional Flute Choir, and a First Prize winner at the 2014 local chapter Percussive Arts Society Competition, performing on low flutes with percussion. She is an advocate for new music and is a member of the Flute New Music Consortium, participating in the adjudication of their competitions. Currently a teaching assistant and doctoral student at Florida State University, Adrienne studies under Eva Amsler and Karen Large. Adrienne received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in flute performance from Brigham Young University as a student of April Clayton, and has performed in masterclasses for Karl-Heinz Schütz, Paul Edmund-Davies, Linda Chesis, Robert Dick.