Tina Brounsuzian is a versatile classical flutist and has been praised for her warm, colorful sound and brilliant technique. Currently, she is a flutist with The Valley Winds, an orchestral musician with PanOpera, and chamber musician with The Valley Wind Quintet. In the past, Ms. Brounsuzian has performed with several orchestras including the Boston Civic Symphony, Pioneer Valley Symphony, and New England Philharmonic.
As a dedicated and passionate teacher, Ms. Brounsuzian provides master classes and has her own flute studio of beginning through advanced students. Her students have been placed in the MMEA All-State band and principal positions for MMEA District band and orchestra. Additionally, many of these students have been accepted to summer music programs and continued their musical education at reputable schools such as Boston University, The Hartt School, Mannes School of Music, Berklee College of Music, Boston Conservatory, and Crane School of Music.
Ms. Brounsuzian has a Master’s degree in Performance and Bachelor’s degree in Music Education and Performance from the University of Massachusetts Amherst studying under Christopher Krueger. She has also performed in master classes with renowned flutists such as Amy Porter, Leone Buyse, Marianne Gedigian, Jonathan Keeble, Walfrid Kujala, Conor Nelson, and Trevor Wye.