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Praised for her “full-bodied and dulcet” sound, flutist Arielle Burke performs regularly in the greater Boston area. As a musician of the East Coast Scoring Orchestra, she has had the privilege of recording large-scale orchestral works and chamber pieces in a wide range of musical styles.  She also enjoys performing as a member of the Tedesco Duo (, an ensemble she formed with guitarist Catherine O’Kelly in order to bring the diverse repertoire of flute and guitar music to a wider audience.​

In 2015, Arielle completed her master’s degree in flute performance at The New England Conservatory under the instruction of Renee Krimsier.  She received her Bachelor of Music from The Hartt School of Music, Dance, and Theater in May of 2013 where she studied with Janet Arms.  There, she earned the Solomon Elsner Award for academic achievement and was named a 2012-2013 Presser Scholar, an honor she received for her excellence in music and academic merit. She has performed in masterclasses with Carol Wincenc, the New York Woodwind Quintet, Mario Caroli, John Heiss, Gwyn Roberts, Christopher Krueger, and Eugenia Zukerman.

In addition to her active performing career, Arielle maintains a studio of young flute and piccolo students in the greater Hartford and Boston areas. 

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