Elizabeth Lantz Crone

Elizabeth Lantz Crone 's Biography

Elizabeth Lantz Crone is the Artist and Teacher of Flute in the School of Performing Arts at Virginia Tech. She is a regular soloist and chamber musician in Virginia and the Mid-Atlantic region, and performs and teaches both nationally and internationally. Performance engagements have included the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Flute Fair and world-premieres at the 2013 and 2014 National Flute Association National Conventions. Ms. Crone performed her commissioned piece, Wish, Sonatine for flute and piano by Valerie Coleman, in the keynote recital of the 2015 Annual National Flute Association Convention in Washington, D.C.

Ms. Crone has presented and adjudicated for Virginia Commonwealth University's Flutefest High School Soloist Competition and the Collegiate Flute Choir Competition for the National Flute Association Annual Convention. In 2014, Ms. Crone was honored by the Virginia Tech Women's Center as a "Wonder Woman." She received recognition for her dedicated teaching, service, and performance at Virginia Tech. Her community volunteer work, including coordination of a children's educational concert series for thousands of public school students for the New River Valley Friends of the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra and Lyric Theatre, were also cited.  She holds degrees from the University of Southern California and the University of Arizona. Her teachers have included Julius Baker, Michel Debost, Anne Diener-Zentner, Jim Walker, Tadeu Coelho, and Jean-Louis Kashy.

Elizabeth Crone is a Yamaha Performing Artist.

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