MUSICIAN • FLUTIST • TEACHING ARTIST
As an avid performer, flutist Evan Curatolo strives to not only convey the beauty and prominence of classical music in the world today, but to also emphasize the importance of deepening one's creative and imaginative mindset through various musical lenses. Eager to expand his knowledge and expertise, Evan is pursuing his Master of Music in Flute Performance at the Carnegie Mellon School of Music under the direction of Lorna McGhee, Principal Flute of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Previously, Evan earned his Bachelor of Music in Flute Performance at the Eastman School of Music, where he studied with esteemed flutist and pedagogue Bonita Boyd, former Principal Flutist of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra.
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Principal Flute
Carnegie Mellon School of Music
"Evan is someone who sets the very highest standards for himself. He is a very sensitive player and makes a glorious sound."
Former Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra Principal Flute
Eastman School of Music
"Evan is a brilliant person and a natural artist. His playing is informed by beauty of lyricism, imaginative nuance, colors, and strength and authority in phrasing and structure."
Jennifer Gosack Darwell
Southwest Symphony Orchestra Principal Flute
Saint Xavier University
"Evan is a musical force. His phenomenal virtuosic technique and imaginative musical expression represent the highest quality among the next generation of young flutists."