Emma Resmini- Principal Flute
Flutist Emma Resmini enjoys a multi-faceted career as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestral musician. She joined the Hartford Symphony Orchestra as Principal Flutist in 2018, and has performed as substitute flutist in the Philadelphia Orchestra. Ms. Resmini has appeared as a soloist numerous times with the National Symphony, as well as the Philadelphia Orchestra, Dallas Symphony, Pittsburgh Symphony, and Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival Orchestra. She is a founding member of the Arcana New Music Ensemble, SoundLAB Ensemble, and Triacanthos Woodwind Quintet. Ms. Resmini was a 2016 NPR Performance Today Young Artist In Residence, with interviews and performances airing over three days, primarily focusing on American contemporary composers. Additionally, her performances have been aired on WHYY-TV and WWFM radio.
Ms. Resmini’s repertoire ranges from the Baroque to the current day, from orchestral works and concertos to music for flute alone, and encompasses the avant-garde, electronics, and interdisciplinary projects. A review of her performance at the 2016 New Music Gathering raved, “Emma Resmini stunned the crowd.” (I Care If You Listen) In addition, her performance of Stockhausen’s cycle KLANG was praised for its “buoyant cognitive comprehension.” (David Patrick Stearns, Condemned to Music) At the Curtis Institute of Music she was a featured soloist in the tribute concert to composer Kaija Saariaho, and as a member of the Curtis 20/21 Ensemble gave performances of Arnold Schoenberg’s famed Pierrot Lunaire in New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC. She was recently a Contemporary Ensemble Fellow at the Atlantic Music Festival. And as an advocate of emerging composers, she has given the world premiere of over forty new works.
Ms. Resmini is currently pursuing her Master of Music degree at The Juilliard School, studying with Jeffrey Khaner, and is a proud recipient of a Kovner Fellowship. She received her Bachelor of Music degree from the Curtis Institute of Music. She was also the youngest member ever accepted to the National Symphony Orchestra Youth Fellowship, and was a long-time student of National Symphony Orchestra flutist Alice Kogan Weinreb.
For more information, visit https://www.emmaresmini.com/