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Ceora Jaffe has enjoyed educating flautists in the Boston area for over 10 years. She is committed to helping flautists achieve their individual goals and develop their own unique musical voice and personality. She works with students to overcome technical challenges in order to fully express and communicate through music. Ms. Jaffe enjoys building relationships with students and helping them learn to cultivate good practice habits which can translate to success in other areas. In addition to her active private studio, Ms. Jaffe has also taught for the private lesson program at Brimmer and May, for the Stokes Forest Music Camp, Camp Encore/Coda, and for Symphony New Hampshire's "Adopt a School Program."
She can be heard regularly throughout New England performing with groups including The Albany Symphony, The Springfield Symphony, Symphony New Hampshire, The Atlantic Symphony and The New Bedford Symphony. She is also an active chamber musician and has performed as guest artist with the Williams Chamber players, in recital at the Boston Public Library, and with the Eleva Chamber Players.
Ms. Jaffe received her Master's and Bachelor's degrees from the Cleveland Institute of Music where she studied with Joshua Smith. She has attended the Kent/Blossom Professional Training program and the Domaine Forget Academy of Music and Dance.
For more information about Ceora and her performances and recordings, please visit www.ceorajaffe.com.