By Sarah Louise Bassingthwaighte
Copyright © 2002 by Sarah Louise Bassingthwaighte. All rights reserved.


Sarah Bassingthwaighte is an active flutist, composer, and teacher in Seattle, is co-founder and principal flutist for the Contemporary Chamber Composers and Players (CCCP), is on the faculty of ArtsWest and Bella Musica and Marrowstone-in-the-City, and is the Composer-in-Residence / Flutist for the Max Aronoff Viola Institute and the Idaho Chamber Music Fortnight.

In the summer of 2001 she served on the faculty of the Rachmaninov Institute in Tambov, Russia, performing and teaching masterclasses for their Summer Festival, and will again be touring as a solo recitalist to Russia in summer of 2003.

She is a past President of the Seattle Flute Society, and presently serves on the programming committee for the National Flute Association. Her solo recordings have appeared on Centaur and CCMC labels. Ms. Bassingthwaighte was a featured speaker and performer at the 2002 National Flute Convention in Dallas, where she premiered a trio by Salvador Brotons.

She has degrees in Composition and Flute from the University of Washington, Theory and Pedagogy from Central Washington University, and Performance from Indiana University, Bloomington.

Electroacoustic Music for the Flute by Sarah Louise Bassingthwaighte.
Copyright © 2002 by Sarah Louise Bassingthwaighte. All rights reserved.