Jeanne E. Sperber
Department(s) / Office(s): Music and Theater Arts (Department of), Music Programs
Phone: +1 (607) 778-5326
Degrees: B.M., Manhattan School of Music
Jeanne Sperber is a lecturer and flute instructor at SUNY Broome and Binghamton University. She received her Bachelor of Music degree at the Manhattan School of Music as a scholarship student of Thomas Nyfenger. She continued her post-graduate studies at the Royal Northern College of Music as a student of world-renowned flute pedagogue, Trevor Wye. She currently serves as principal flute of both the Orchestra of the Southern Finger Lakes and the MostArts Festival Orchestra.
Before relocating to beautiful upstate New York, she was a freelance flutist in New York City, performing in legendary venues such as Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Weill Hall and Trinity Church. She has toured South America and Cuba twice as a concerto soloist. Radio and television coverage have included a BBC broadcast of one of her Trinity church recitals as well as various television commercials and public radio and television broadcasts.