Candace Keach, flutist, originally from Athens, Georgia was principal flutist with the Macon Symphony for thirty years. She is currently principal flutist with the Carroll Symphony Orchestra. A graduate of the University of Georgia with post-graduate studies at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, she has been a featured soloist with the Macon Symphony as well as with summer music festivals in Italy, Switzerland and France. She has also been featured with the Atlanta Woodwind Quintet in the nationally syndicated radio broadcast, “Performance Today”. She has performed with the Atlanta Boy Choir in concerts throughout Europe and America since arriving in Atlanta in the 1980’s. She was principal flutist with the Atlanta Ballet and the Atlanta Chamber Orchestra. Her orchestral experience has also included performances with the Atlanta, Birmingham and Greenville Symphonies and the National Touring Company’s “Phantom of the Opera”. Candace is flute instructor at The Westminster Schools, The University of West Georgia and at Spelman College. Her private students have consistently performed successfully for Allstate, AYWS, ASYO, MYSO, and at Brevard, Interlochen & Tanglewood Summer Institutes and in recital.
Member since June 14, 2020
Has Studied Instrument For:
Since 4th grade and I'm not going to tell you how many years ago that was!
I don't really have a favorite though I love the big 3, Bach, Beethoven and Brahms!
Favorite Piece of Music:
My favorite piece of music depends on what I'm playing that week!
I have studied privately with the legendary Marcel Moyse as well as in masterclasses with Michel Debost and William Bennett. My teacher in college was Dr. Ronald Waln at UGA and Lois Schaeffer at New England Conservatory.