Camilla Hoitengas


Camilla Hoitengas performances, whether with orchestras such as the Chicago Symphony or the London Philharmonic, or alone on stage with solo repertoire, have been acclaimed by the press as „brilliant “ „vivacious and alluring“ and „charismatic“, as well as „ideally transparent and precise.“ Camilla Hoitenga has taught at the State University of New York and at the Folkwang Hochschule Essen and continues give masterclasses and workshops on various subjects for musicians of all ages.

Her own flute teachers were Darlene Dugan, Alexander Murray, Peter Lloyd and Marcel Moyse. Further inspiration came in the course of studies with philosopher Nicholas Wolterstorf at Calvin College (B.A), and with early-music expert George Hunter, composer Ben Johnston and ethnomusicologist Bruno Nettl at the University of Illinois (M.Mus., D.M.A.).

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