Adrienne Tedjamulia Read is Visiting Assistant Professor of Flute at Florida State University and enjoys an active career as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral player. Her solo performances have been described as “irresistible” and “musically sensitive” and she has been a competition finalist and prize winner at MTNA Regionals, National and Utah Flute Associations Competitions.
Serving as co-director with Ensemble 126, Adrienne brings her passion for low flutes and wooden flutes to the group. Her collection of instruments includes baroque flute replicas and consorts of recorders, bansuri, Indonesian suling, Taiwanese ocarinas, Peruvian and Bolivian flutes and more. Equally comfortable in the orchestral setting, she currently serves as acting second flute with the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra and has formerly held principal flute positions with Utah Valley Symphony, Southwest Symphony Orchestra, American Fork Symphony, and Orchestra of Southern Utah.
Within the flute community, Adrienne serves as a competition judge for the Flute New Music Consortium, the Utah and Florida Flute Associations, and the National Flute Association Newly Published Music Competition. She has been a guest instructor with the Mountain West Flute Fest, the Snow College Flute Fest, and the Utah Valley Flute Festival, and holds a membership in many local flute clubs.
Adrienne formerly taught at Southern Utah University, Snow College, and Brigham Young University and currently maintains a private studio within her home. Masterclass performances for acclaimed flutists both across the USA and abroad include Robert Langevan, Karl-Heniz Schütz, Paul Edmund-Davies, Guoliang Han, Patricia Nagle and Jim Walker. She holds degrees from Snow College (AS) and Brigham Young University (BM, MM), and is a current doctoral candidate at Florida State University (DM). Her principal teachers include Eva Amsler, Karen Large, April Clayton, and Elaine Jorgensen.