Lisa Bartholow is the flute instructor and flute choir director at Georgia College and State University, Toccoa Falls College, and Clayton State University. She has played flute, piccolo, and baroque flute with numerous classical and popular ensembles in St. Louis, Chicago, and Atlanta ranging from chamber music to symphonic to back-up for pop artists such as Rod Stewart. She is a regular performer with orchestras as well as a recitalist, and has appeared as a guest artist with the Chester String Quartet. Lisa is a founding member of the Peachtree Consort, an Atlanta-based woodwind quintet and recently gave performances on a tour of South Carolina featuring the works of South Carolinian African-American composers. She earned her Bachelor of Music as a student of Jacob Berg at the St. Louis Conservatory of Music and her Master of Music as a student of Donald Peck at DePaul University. She also studied with Bonita Boyd, Michael Parloff, and Kathryn Lukas.
Athens Flute Choir