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Andrée Martin

Georgia, Columbus

D.M.A., SUNY Stony Brook
M.M., University of Ottawa
B.M., Memorial University of Newfoundland
Licensed Body Mapping Educator, 2013
"Focal Dystonia: My Journey Inward" Flutist Quarterly 2011
"Simple Solutions: Using Baronisms to Enhance Your Performance" Flutist Quarterly 2005
"A Performance Guide to Jolivet's Chant de Linos" Flute Talk 2004
Regular column on musicians' wellness in the Atlanta Flute Club Newsletter

Andrée Martin

Schwob School of Music professor and Newfoundland native Andrée Martin has performed at Carnegie and Alice Tully Halls, Lincoln Center, and the National Flute Association and American Musicological Society Conventions. She includes playing Elliott Carter’s Enchanted Preludes for the composer on a concert celebrating his 90th birthday and playing Le Marteau Sans Maître at Carnegie Hall with Pierre Boulez conducting among her most thrilling performing experiences. She has been published in Flute Talk and the Flutist Quarterly. Andrée was named the 2018-19 and 2020-21 Sam and Jacquie Rawls Distinguished Professor in Music, which provided funds for the Rawls Body Mapping Library for Schwob students. Andrée writes about her experiences with focal dystonia at

Andrée is passionate about issues surrounding musicians’ wellness and injury prevention. She was licensed as a Body Mapping Educator in 2013 and is currently working toward meditation teacher training certification (MBSR) through the Mindfulness Center at Brown University. She has taught Body Mapping for the Seattle, Atlanta, and Las Vegas Flute Societies. She is on the faculty of Summerflute and serves as president on the board of the Association for Body Mapping Education and as vice-president on the board of the Atlanta Flute Club. She hosted the 2017 International Body Mapping Conference at the Schwob School of Music.

Andrée’s students have performed at Carnegie Hall, Royal Albert Hall, and are winners of, among others, the Yamaha Young Performing Artist, Golden Classical Music International, American Protégé, Grand Prize Virtuoso International “London,” Alexander & Buono International, Atlanta Flute Club, Oklahoma Flute Society, and Artist International Competitions. As an advocate for international education, Andrée has taught Body Mapping and Renaissance music history courses in Italy, France, and Oxford, England.

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