The New York Times calls flutist Emma Resmini, age 14, a “bright young prodigy,” and world renowned flutist Sir James Galway calls Emma a “rising star.”
Emma has soloed with the Dallas Symphony, National Symphony, Pittsburgh Symphony, Laredo Philharmonic, McLean Orchestra, and George Mason Orchestra. She is a frequent performer on the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage, as both a soloist and a chamber musician.
In the summers of 2013 and 2012 she studied at the Galway International Flute Festival in Switzerland on full scholarship. She has also performed solo recitals with the Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival, Music at PennAlps, Musician’s Resource Center, Rock Creek Chamber Music Series, and the Concerts at the Alden.
Additional highlights include: National 1st prize winner of the 2012 Music Teachers National Association Woodwind Competition, invited performer at the 2011 and 2009 National Flute Association Conventions, and featured performer on NPR’s From the Top. Print articles about Emma have appeared in Flutist Quarterly (US) and Pan – The Journal of the British Flute Society. Her classical flute videos have over 2 million views on YouTube.com/GeoRockMin.
Now in her third year, Emma is the youngest member ever accepted to the National Symphony Orchestra Youth Fellowship, and she is a long-time student of NSO flutist Alice Kogan Weinreb.