Photo: Matt Dine Photo: Matt Dine

Awards & Honors

Doctor of Music Honoris Causa

San Francisco Conservatory of Music | 2009

Hans and Thelma Lehmann Distinguished Lecturer in Music

University of Washington | 2009

Classical Recording Foundation Award

2006

Donna Hieken Flute Chair, New England Conservatory

2006 – present

National Flute Association Lifetime Achievement Award

2004

Lifetime Achievement Award,
Usdan Center for Creative and Performing Arts

2000

Laurence Lesser Presidential Award

New England Conservatory | 1999

Honorary Citizen for Life: Charleston, South Carolina

1996

Housewright Eminent Scholar, Florida State University

1990-91

Distinguished Service Award, National Teachers Association

1989

Filene Artist-in-Residence, Skidmore College

1988-1989

House Musician, Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum

1988

National Endowment for the Arts Grantee, Robert Beaser Concerto

1987

William Seidman Foundation Grantee, Takemitsu Concerto

1987

BAM Prize for Chamber Music

with Scott Nickrenz | 1986

Premio Pegaso, Spoleto Festival

with Scott Nickrenz | 1984

Adelaide Ristori Prize

Rome, Italy | 1983

Grammy Nomination, Robert Beaser’s “Mountain Songs”

1981

Fromm Foundation Grantee, Oliver Knussen Concerto

1980

Musician of the Month, Musical America

1979

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Founding Artist Member

1970-1990

National Endowment for the Arts Grantee, Leon Kirchner Concerto

1977

Young Concert Artists

1961-1970

Martha Baird Rockefeller Foundation Grantee
for New York Recital Debut

1966

First Prize, Geneva International Competition

1966

Institutes for International Education Grantee,
for participation in Geneva International Competition

1966

Highest Prize, Munich International Competition

1964

Fulbright Scholarship

1963

Composers Circle Award

1962

Naumberg Scholarship, The Juilliard School

1960

Profiles & Features:

The New York Times
The Boston Globe
The Berkshire Review
People Magazine
Who’s Who in America
Women Who Rock
Jazz Times
Flute Talk
Flutist Quarterly
CBS Sunday Morning
A Better Way
South Carolina ETV
Nebraska Public Television

Member:

Sigma Alpha lota (hon)
The Century Association

 

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