Alfredo Fernandez

Alfredo FernandezAlfredo Fernandez has been an active flutist for the past 25 years. He received the Bachelor of Arts degree in Music from Florida State University, where he studied flute performance with the late Charles Delaney. While at FSU, he was principal piccolo of the Wind Symphony and FSU Symphony Orchestra, as well as being principal flute of the FSU Symphonic Band on their 1999 tour of the Southeastern United States. He also held the position of Vice-President of the FSU Flute Association for 2 years. In addition to teaching flute and performing privately at corporate functions and weddings, he performed as principal flute in Stephen Sondheim’s “Company” and Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Magnificat” as a freelance performer in Miami, Florida. He is presently principal flute, section leader, and an artistic committee member of the Atlanta Freedom Band and performs on flute and piccolo with the Callanwolde Concert Band and GPC Wind Ensemble as well. He previously performed with the Atlanta Wind Symphony and Cobb Wind Symphony, including their performance with conductor David Holsinger at the 2007 GMEA convention. Alfredo has been a member of the Florida Flute Association, National Flute Association, and the Atlanta Flute Club. His former teachers include Suzan DeGooyer of the Miami Symphony Orchestra and Carl David Hall of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.