Michelle Cheramy

With playing described as a “…fine blend of artistry and bravura” (Edmonton Journal), flutist Michelle Cheramy is an artist recognized for the beauty of her sound, the fluidity of her playing and her interpretive skills in repertoire from the 18th to the 21st centuries. Based in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Michelle has appeared in recitals and as soloist with orchestras in Canada, the United States and Russia; she has also been featured in numerous radio broadcasts, including nationally on CBC Radio’s Symphony Hall, In PerformanceTwo New Hours and The Signal. Michelle has helped commission and premiere more than a dozen new solo and chamber works for flute by Canadian and American composers, both established and emerging.

One of the few flutists in Canada to hold a full-time university appointment, Michelle is currently professor of music at Memorial University where she enjoys mentoring a diverse studio of undergraduate and graduate flute students.

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