Faith Wasson, Flutist

Faith Wasson, Flutist

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Offers online services
Offers online services


I have been teaching flute, piccolo, and chamber music lessons for 10+ years. I work with students of all ages and ability levels from all over the country. I teach in-person in Glenside, PA or online via Zoom. Whether you are just picking up a flute for the first time, or are taking your flute out of the case after 20 years I'm here to guide you along your musical journey!

Faith Wasson is an award winning Philadelphia area flutist with experience in solo, chamber, and orchestral work. She is also an active music educator with a Bachelor of Music in Flute Performance from Temple University and a Master of Music in Flute Performance from the Royal Irish Academy of Music

I love teaching and seeing the love of music grow in my students!

I also enjoy helping students acheive their goals in learning new pieces, winning auditions, and getting into college.

Check out some of my student's accomplishments here:


Hired 4 times
1 employee
11 years in business
Serves Erdenheim , PA
Offers online services

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Students age

6 - 9 years old, 10 - 13 years old, 14 - 17 years old, 18 - 25 years old, 26 - 44 years old, 45 - 64 years old, 65 or older

Student experience

No formal training, No formal training; some self-taught experience, 0 - 2 yrs of formal training, 2 - 4 yrs of formal training, 4+ yrs of formal training

Able to read music

Student can read music, Student cannot read music

Musical styles

I can recommend a genre, Classical

Student has instrument

Students who have an instrument, Students who plan to buy an instrument, but don't have one yet

Lesson length

30 minutes, 45 minutes, 60 minutes

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  • Reviews

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    Judy H.

    Faith is kind, patient, knowledgeable and professional.
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    October 23, 2022
    Hired on Lessons

    Mervin T.

    Working with Faith is an absolute pleasure! She is professional, patient, and very knowledgeable about her instrument. As a teacher myself who wanted to improve my woodwind doubling, I left every lesson with my questions answered and with a desire to take my flute playing to the next level.
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    February 03, 2021

    Felice R.

    Faith is fantastic! Just in a few lessons, Ive improved my tone and worked on my weak vibrato and she even did research on helping me decide on a new flute. She is super professional, fun, and knowledgeable. I highly recommend her!!
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    January 29, 2021
    Hired on Lessons

    Victoria S.

    I like how Ms.Wasson takes the time to thoroughly explain each piece that we learn such as the history of the composer and the music theory involved in each piece. She is also a very patient teacher who answers all of my questions and helps me work through any parts of the lesson that I find difficult.
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    January 28, 2021

    Frequently asked questions

    Typically we set up a first lesson and I ask them to play anything they have for me. We work through that and then establish a routine of scales and exercises, etudes, solo repertoire, and a piece for fun!

    Bachelor of Music in Flute Performance from Temple University

    Master of Music in Flute Performance from Royal Irish Academy of Music

    National Flute Association Member

    Philadelphia Flute Society Member

    New Jersey Flute Society Member

    $30/30 minutes

    $45/45 minutes

    $60/60 minutes

    Pricing applies for all flute, piccolo, and chamber music coaching (cost split among group members)

    When I was in High-School I started teaching some Elementary and Middle School students who needed help at the time.

    Beginner to advanced, all levels and ages welcome!

    I've recently been enjoying working with my chamber music groups and seeing them perform for competitions and recitals!

    Example: Flute, violin, piano trio playing Suite by Mel Bonis for Tri-M Music Society Induction ceremony.

    You may be nervous at your first lesson but don't be! You should get along well with your teacher, make your goals known. If you still don't think it's a good fit after the first 4 lessons, don't be afraid to try someone else.

    The main thing is to tell the teacher your goals. If you have a specific song in mind to learn, bring it to class! If you are an adult amateur and don't have much time to practice, make that known right away. Make sure your priorities are out on the floor from day 1.

    Services offered

    Music Theory