B i o g r a p h y
TABATHA EASLEY is Associate Professor of Flute at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. Born and raised in Alaska, she has performed on six continents and in twenty-five states.
Ms. Easley is passionate about new music, and has been involved in more than fifteen commissions and world premieres as a soloist, collaborator, conference presenter, coordinator, and educator, specifically promoting music of the Americas and by women composers.
Equally passionate about teaching, flute students have gone on to attend the Eastman School of Music, win orchestral positions, national competitions, and have pursued studies in South Korea, Ghana, the Czech Republic, and as a Fulbright Scholar in Hungary.
Active in several professional organizations, Ms. Easley has held positions within the National Flute Association and College Music Society. Additionally, she has presented at IDRS, NACWPI, and SCI conferences.