“The bow of a flutist.” You heard it right! – although it is (of course) a metaphor for Air. Join Laura in this video to explore this prominent aspect of flute playing and what to look out for in terms blowing.
Native from Colombia, flutist Laura del Sol Jiménez has won numerous awards throughout her career, highlighted by the expressiveness and poised technical accuracy of her performances. She has performed in Argentina, Chile, Israel, Italy, Japan, the United States, and her native Colombia.
Laura serves as flute and music history faculty at the Portland Conservatory of Music as well as director of the Karger College Prep program and is currently a doctoral degree candidate at the Manhattan School of Music.
She has appeared as soloist with many orchestras and is equally at home as a chamber musician. In 2015, Laura founded Linos trio, which toured Colombia and produced a much-acclaimed album premiering music of contemporary Latin American composers.