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Stephanie Lupo

Bourbonnais, IL, USA

DMA, University of Iowa; MM, University of Akron; BM, Bradley University; Licensed Body Mapping Educator

Stephanie Lupo

A dynamic performer, teacher, and scholar, Dr. Stephanie Lupo is the flute professor at Olivet
Nazarene University. She teaches individual and group flute and Body Mapping lessons, Flute Choir,
Flute Literature and Pedagogy, the full Music History curriculum, and class piano. She also teaches a
five-day Body Mapping course at the ONU School of Music Summer Camp.

Author of The Piccolo Intonation Book (ALRY Publications), Dr. Lupo composed 39 original etudes for
the piccolo; the book also contains a discussion on the design of the piccolo and performance issues
that relate to tuning and an extensive fingering chart. She has also contributed to prominent flute-
community publications, like The Quarterly, Flute Talk Magazine, and the Chicago Flute Club’s
(CFC) Pipeline. Her thesis won the 2022 National Flute Association Graduate Research Competition.

Dr. Lupo is principal flute of the Kankakee Valley Symphony Orchestra, a member of the Millikin-
Decatur Symphony Orchestra, and she can be heard on the Albany Records label. As a chamber
musician, she plays regularly in the KVSO Woodwind Quintet and her flute duo, Whisper Tones. She
is also the Woodwind Coach of the KVYSO.

Active in the national flute community, Dr. Lupo has performed, presented, and adjudicated at
festivals around the country, including for the NFA, the NY Flute Club, the Upper Midwest Flute
Association, Northeastern Ohio Flute Association, and Atlanta Flute Club. She also served on the
CFC’s Board of Directors for four seasons. As a Licensed Body Mapping Educator, she presented at
the 2023 ABME Conference.

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