Flute Studio

Flute Studio

5.0 (2)
1 hire on Lessons.com
1 employee
16 years in business

About this pro

1. Professional flutist - Miami City Ballet, Florida Grand Opera, Palm Beach Symphony and New World Symphony
2. 15 years of teaching experience, all ages, taught students who have gotten into Juilliard Pre college
3. Teaching is tailored to the student's specific goals. We will come up with a practice plan for you.
4.you don't have to question whether or not you are getting a proper education. I have played the flute for 25years,studying with the best flutists in the world.
4. To hear my playing, please visit my website. 

I find teaching fun because getting to know my student and being able to strive/ problem solve together is a fulfilling experience. i love seeing my students grow, improve, and find a new musical outlet to express their feelings.

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Miami Beach, FL 33141
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2 Reviews


  • Isabella Diaz

    Ms. Lu is my idol! She’s such an amazing flutist and I want to be just like her. She’s super funny and I love playing flute for her.

  • Janice Chen

    Ms. Lu is a very good teacher who gave my daughter a lot of detailed instruction. She helped my daughter find joy in music making and my daughter really liked working with her. She helped my daughter get into Philadelphia Youth Orchestra and All State.

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Contact me through my website for information.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

1. Juilliard, Colburn School (professional Studies Certificate), CarnegieMellonUniversity (MM),Cincinnati Conservatory (BM)

2. New WorldSymphony in Miami Beach

3. Studied inFrance 

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.


$40/half hr

What types of students have you worked with?

All ages

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?


1. Have they gotten professional training themselves? (So they don't teach improper methods) flute is a tough instrument to learn. You can't physically see everything one is doing to produce the best tone. Contrary to popular opinion, finger technique is notthe most important/difficult aspect of flute playing. 

2.  Are they in the scene?

3. What kind of music are you trying to play? If you're looking for  strong fundamentals/competition and audition prep, look for orchestral musicians with a strong training. If you're looking to play Cuban flute- is this teacher a flutist in a band? If you want to play for fun, what kind of personality does this teacher have? 

4. Try different teachers out and decide for yourself