College Teaching

Dr. Hansbrough is currently Professor of Flute at The College of Saint Rose, where she has taught since 1999, teaching in all four music programs offered by the College. She currently teaches Applied flute lessons, Music History I and II, Flute Repertoire Class, Performance Styles and Improvisation, Baroque Flute ensemble, Flute Choir, and previously taught Music Theory, Ear Training, and Woodwind Methods. She previously taught at Middle Tennessee State University, as an Associate Professor, and New Mexico State University. As a Univesrsity Fellow and graduate teaching assistant, she taught applied flute at The Florida State University, while pursuing her Doctor of Music degree. She also taught at UAlbany, the Tennessee Governor's School for the Arts (receipient of an Outstanding Teacher Award), and several summers at The Skidmore Flute Institute.


Student honors and awards: Several of Dr. Hansbrough's students won the Concerto Competition at The College of Saint Rose and performed as soloists with the Symphony Orchestra. They were also chosen on several occasions to perform in the music department Honors Convocation and two students won the prestigious $4,000 Presser Award. Many former students continued their education, completing masters and doctoral degrees at reputable schools including Boston Conservatory, NYU, Belmont Law School, University of Maryland, New England Conservatory, UMKC, and many more. Her former students are currently teaching and performing throughout the US.


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