The kind of performance that sparks wild standing ovations.” – American Record Guide
Presented by Yamaha and The Flute Shop, Ms. Chatterton will be joined by pianist Matthew McCright, performing music from her upcoming CD French Connections. Seating is limited, so please let us know you plan to attend.
A Yamaha Performing Artist, Linda Chatterton has toured throughout much of the United States as well as internationally throughout Europe and southeast Asia. She has performed in New York at Carnegie and Alice Tully Hall and with numerous groups including the Minnesota Orchestra. She is a regular performer and presenter at the National Flute Association’s annual conventions and is the first flutist to win a McKnight Artist Fellowship for Performing Musicians. She also has garnered prizes and awards from the Jerome Foundation, the Minnesota State Arts Board and the American Composers Forum.
In addition to her concert schedule, Ms. Chatterton retains an active studio where she teaches a wide range of students including those who request professional coaching. She also is highly regarded for her insightful master classes, and she serves as a mentor to music students at the University of Minnesota’s College of Liberal Arts. In a related realm, Ms. Chatterton often can be heard giving her motivational presentation “It Sounded Better at Home!” based on her extensive work on the psychology of optimum performance. “It Sounded Better at Home!” will soon be released as a book.
Ms. Chatterton received her Master of Music degree from the University of Minnesota and her Bachelor of Music degree from the Eastman School of Music as a scholarship student of Bonita Boyd. Linda plays a Handmade Yamaha YFL-881H.
Learn more about Linda Chatterton on her website: lindachatterton.com.
Watch Linda Chatterton, flute, and Matthew McCright, piano, perform “Chainstichembroidered” by Allis Ni Riain at the Hennepin United Methodist Art Gallery in 2012: