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Tim Munro’s diverse work as a flutist, speaker, writer and teacher is united by a single goal: to draw audiences into an engrossing and whimsical musical world.
Born in Brisbane, Australia, flutist Tim Munro is a member of the contemporary chamber music ensemble, eighth blackbird. He studied flute at Oberlin College, Queensland Conservatorium (Australia), and the Australian National Academy of Music. His teachers included Michel Debost, Margaret Crawford, and Patrick Nolan.
Tim has played with professional orchestras, chamber groups, and new music ensembles around Australia. Highlights include concerto performances with the Queensland Orchestra, solo performances at the Melbourne Arts Festival and Bangalow Festival, and recordings for Australian radio and commercial CD release. He has also participated in Carnegie Hall Training Workshops and the Pacific Music Festival. Composers he has worked with include Elliott Carter, Oliver Knussen, Aaron Jay Kernis, Joseph Schwantner, Tania Leon, Peter Sculthorpe, and Brett Dean.