Fred is a flutist, multi-instrumentalist, and conductor who directs the instrumental music program at St. Andrew’s School in Delaware. After studies with Gregory Zeitlin in his home state of Rhode Island, he majored in music and English Literature at Williams College, where he was a first-chair flutist in the Berkshire Symphony and studied with Sue-Ann Kahn. Following college he played jazz in Paris and Copenhagen before settling in New York City, where he completed both his master’s and doctoral degrees in music and music education at Columbia University’s Teachers College. There he studied flute with Mary Barto and began teaching flute himself. After several years of teaching in New York City’s schools he moved to Vermont where he directed the music program for an entire school district. While in Vermont he studied with the legendary Louis Moyse. Fred has performed with numerous orchestras and is a highly sought-after chamber musician and guest conductor. His most recent projects include flutist with the Newark Symphony and Baroque flutist with the Immanuel Bach Consort.