Donna Wissinger, Teaching Artist
Flutist Donna Wissinger has been called a ‘flutist of rare gifts’ by the New York Times. Her concerts include acclaimed solo recitals on the mainstages of Carnegie Hall and on the equally renowned Glinka Capella in St. Petersburg, Russia. Featured tours have included Europe, Asia, The Middle East, Australia, and New Zealand. Donna’s great passion is combining fun and real learning for unforgettable educational programs. Her programs, including The Pied Piper and Other Fantastic Tales, Myths, Legends and Fables, Peter and the Wolf, The World Turned Upside Down: Music of the American Revolution, Tales of Legendary Florida and Preserving Our Coral Reef: Teams of Success and the accompanying programs with orchestra receive rave reviews. Donna is the inaugural recipient of the prestigious Doris Leeper Award for Excellence in Arts Education and is a premier artist with Creative Leaps International; the Florida Touring Program; and The New York-based Learning Arts. To learn more visit www.donnawissinger.com. Donna provides both arts-integrated performance workshops in which students participate as well as arts-integrated workshops in which students demonstrate their learning through the arts. Donna enjoys being fit. She is a USPTA tennis professional, a long-distance runner, and an internationally ranked USTA long-distance triathlete. Her bicycle/flute performance tour of cycling 2000 miles and playing 82 concerts from NYC to Miami was featured on the National Geographic Channel.
Chapter 1: https://vimeo.com/442926860/8f2d7f852d
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