Freelance flutist and teacher Virginia Nanzetta received her Master of Music in flute from the University of Illinois and her Bachelor of Music in flute from Converse College. She has taught as an adjunct professor at St. Mary's College of Maryland, University of Illinois, and Stockton State College (NJ), and enjoys working with students of all ages. She also currently teaches at the Washington Conservatory of Music.
Ms. Nanzetta has played with the award-winning Kapelle Woodwind Trioand presently plays with the Granby Ensemble and Designer SoundsTrio. She has enjoyed participating in performances of new works, especially those by Alec Wilder, Haskell Small, and John Stevens, performing at Strathmore Hall, Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, and most recently Merkin Hall. Two CDs made with American Camerata for New Music and featuring Virginia were nominated
in the first round of Grammy Award nominations.