New York based flutist, Lauren Zavlunov, is a soloist, chamber musician, and pedagogue. Active throughout North and South America, she has given performances in such venues as Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Lefrak Concert Hall, Colden Center, Teatro Sucre, and Avery Fisher Hall, among others. Lauren frequently appears with the Monadnock Orchestra, New York Wind Symphony, and the Orchestra of the Princeton University Chapel Choir. She has been a participant of the Sunflower Music Festival, Bowdoin Music Festival, The Bach Festival at Westminster Choir College, and The Legacy of Bach Concert Series at Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church. She is also a founding member of TABOR, artists-in-residence at the Upper Valley Music Center, New Hampshire.
In addition to her performing endeavors, Lauren is a highly sought after teacher and chamber music coach with a full studio in New York and New Jersey. She is on the flute faculty of Zen Music Center, New Jersey and a substitute teacher and coach at St. Ann’s School, New York. She holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the Aaron Copland School of Music, Queens College where she has been awarded numerous accolades including Departmental Honors and Outstanding Woodwind Performance Awards, and a Masters Degree from Mannes College of Music. Her principal teachers have included Samuel Baron, Laura Gilbert, and Judith Mendenhall.