A dedicated and respected teacher, Dr. Kathleen Rudolph is on the faculty of The Glenn Gould School of the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, Ontario and The Don Wright Faculty of Music of the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario.
The Glenn Gould School
Studio class recital at the Glenn Gould School
The Glenn Gould School is a small music school dedicated exclusively to performance. It offers a four year post-secondary program that leads to a Bachelor of Music degree and a two year Artist Diploma program for students who have completed a Bachelor's degree or the equivalent. The maximum number of students in the flute class is five. This enables all of the Glenn Gould flute students to participate in the orchestral and chamber music programs. Students recieve a 90 minute private lesson every week.
In addition to giving private flute lessons, Dr. Rudolph coaches chamber music and teaches an orchestral repertoire course for both flute and piccolo. She also coordinates the extensive woodwind master class program offered by the school.
For more information on the Glenn Gould School please visit the school's website at rcmusic.ca/ggs
The Don Wright Faculty of Music
The Don Wright Faculty of Music at the University of Western Ontario has the reputation of being one of the largest and leading university music programs in Canada. The Faculty of Music offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate degrees and programs and boasts of an excellent and extensive music library.
Dr. Rudolph holds the rank of assistant professor at the school and maintains a flute studio where she gives private flute instruction and bi-monthly master classes. Her students perform in an annual class recital, the highlight being a work for flute choir performed by the entire group. In 2006 Dr. Rudolph brought noted flutist and arranger, Shaul Ben-Meir to the school for a weekend of flute choir rehearsals and a concert involving all of the flutists at the school.
For more information on The Don Wright Faculty of Music please visit the school's website at www.music.uwo.ca
Kathleen Rudolph enjoys teaching privately and in a master class setting. Her former students hold positions in some of Canada's finest orchestras and have established teaching studios in their own communities.
In her teaching she stresses the importance of a beautiful tone and intelligent musical phrasing in addition to technical security. She provides a wealth of experience for audition preparation for both flute and piccolo and enjoys helping students in this process.
Ms. Rudolph has a private studio in Toronto, located near the Yonge and Lawrence subway. For more information or to inquire about lessons please see the contact page.
Click here to read Kathleen Rudolph's article "The High(er) Life: Transforming Good Flutists Into Fearless Piccolo Players." This article was originally published in the Canadian Band Association's journal "Canadian Winds/Vents canadiens", and is reproduced here with permission.