Nadine Asin Back To Artist-Faculty
Nadine Asin maintains a busy and varied career since relocating to Miami, Florida. Presently, she is principal flute of the Palm Beach Symphony and Florida Grand Opera orchestras. She has conducted masterclasses at the New World Symphony, University of Miami, Lynn University and the New World School of the Arts. Meanwhile, she continues to teach at Bard College Conservatory, to coach the students of Bard’s The Orchestra Now (TON), and to serve as adjunct faculty at The Juilliard School. Ms. Asin has performed with the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Philharmonic, the Great Performers Series of Lincoln Center, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Da Camera Society of Houston, the All-Star Orchestra, the Seattle Chamber Music Society, and NPR’s Performance Today. She commissioned, performed, and recorded the world premiere of Augusta Read Thomas’s flute concerto, Enchanted Orbits, and David Schiff’s After Hours for flute and piano. She also recorded Aaron Avshalomov’s Flute Concerto on the Naxos label. Ms. Asin is an alumna of the AMFS, where she is currently a member of the artist-faculty, and sits on the Board as a Musician Trustee.