Laura Kellogg is a private flute instructor and freelance performer in Southeast Michigan and has over ten years experience teaching flute. A lover of operetta and musical theater works, she has performed in the pit orchestra of the Ohio Light Opera since 2014. She has played flute and piccolo in the Fort Wayne Philharmonic (IN), the South Bend Symphony Orchestra (IN), the Fort Smith Symphony (AR), the Salomon Chamber Orchestra (IN), the Lansing Symphony Orchestra (MI), and the Jackson Symphony Orchestra (MI). Laura performs regularly in Kellari Flutes, DFG 2.0 (Detroit Flute Guild), and Southeastern Michigan Wind Ensemble. Involved in the local flute community, Laura is a board member of the Southeast Michigan Flute Association (SEMFA) and DFG 2.0. She also serves as the Competition Coordinator for SEMFA.
During her graduate studies, Laura was a teaching assistant and taught ear training and sight singing, music appreciation, music theory for non-majors, and was a sabbatical replacement for the flute professor at the University of Oklahoma. Laura’s mentors include Richard Sherman, Christopher Chaffee, Valerie Watts, Sharon Sparrow, and Amanda Blaikie. She is currently working on her music education teaching certificate at Oakland University.
Please visit her website for more information and to listen to recordings of her.
BM Michigan State University 2009
MM Wright State University 2011
DMA University of Oklahoma 2016