Rebecca Tryon Andres, Flute

Adjunct Professor

227 Presser Hall
(513) 529-3092

MM Performance, UC College-Conservatory of Music
BM Music Education, Ohio State University
Diplome d'Etudes, Academie Internationale d'Ete, Nice France

Rebecca Tryon Andres is principal flutist with the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra and the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra. She has performed regularly with the Cincinnati Ballet Orchestra, and has been a regular extra musician with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Pops and May Festival. She is the flutist for Cincinnati’s Broadway Across America Series.

Currently on the faculties of Miami University and Northern Kentucky University, she has taught at the Cincinnati College- Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati, Xavier University, and the University of Dayton.

Her solo appearances include concerti with the DPO, CCO, and the Bach Society of Dayton. She has been a guest recitalist at The Ohio State University, the University of Akron, the Taft Museum, and Music Live with Lunch, and has given faculty recitals at CCM and UD. Ms. Andres performs frequently in concert with the CCO Principals Woodwind Quintet, as a member of the DPO Woodwind Quintet she has performed nearly 2000 concerts for people of all ages. She has been a participant in the DPO’s SPARK program, working with young students for six weeks each year as an artist-in-residence in their schools.

A graduate of OSU, she holds a Master of Music degree in flute performance from CCM, and a diploma from the Académie Internationale d’Été, Nice, France. She has studied with Jack Wellbaum, Donald McGinnis, Raymond DeMattia, Kyril Magg, and in the extended master classes of Jean-Pierre Rampal, William Bennett, James Pellerite, and Geoffrey Gilbert. “The first time I heard the beautiful sound of my early teacher, Raymond DeMattia, my ears and heart were opened to the tonal possibilities of the flute. That’s something I have carried with me always. Discipline and technical skills came from Donald McGinnis, precision and piccolo excellence from Jack Wellbaum, musical interpretation and inspiration, desire for excellence, work ethic—significant things came from each teacher. It is my happiness to share what I have learned with my students."

A Life Member of the National Flute Association, she has performed at numerous NFA conventions and was a winner of the Professional Performers Competition. She has served the NFA as Secretary, Copy Editor of the Flutist Quarterly, and chair of the Young Artist Competition. She wrote and appears in the instructional video Maestro Introduces the Flute. Her published arrangements include Mozart’s Ave Verum Corpus for flute choir, and woodwind trio arrangements of music by Grieg and Joplin. She has written several articles for Flute Talk magazine.

Rebecca Andres