A distinguished flautist and contemporary music advocate.
A native of Puerto Rico, Teresa Feliciano received her Bachelor of Music degree in flute performance from the Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music. While completing her studies, she played as a substitute flute and alto flute with the Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra, as well as many renowned local ensembles. Ms. Feliciano has performed in masterclasses for distinguished names such as Michel Debost, Carol Wincenc, Ervin Monroe, Keith Underwood, Walfrid Kujala, and the late Carl Hall. She completed her Masters in Music degree in flute performance in the studio of Sarah Kruser Ambrose at Georgia State University, where she played principal flute in both the University Orchestra and Symphonic Wind Ensemble. She also performed Nielsen’s flute concerto with the Georgia State University Orchestra as one of the winners of the University’s Brumby Concerto/Aria Competition.
In addition, she has played with many distinguished ensembles in Georgia, including Macon Symphony Orchestra, Ocmulgee Symphony Orchestra, and Atlanta Pops. Ms. Feliciano is a big advocate for contemporary music in Atlanta, performing with groups as Bent Frequency, Chamber Cartel, and the Clibber Jones Ensemble. She resides in the Atlanta metro area, working as a translation project manager, private flute instructor, and freelance musician.