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Thanks to Andy Woodson for the following clips!

"Happy People" by Andy Woodson, with Andy (bass) and Mark Flugge (piano) at Mark's Capital Faculty Recital, November 2010

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UdQPVBtkAc

"February's Promise" by Mark FLugge, with Andy Woodson (bass) and me (flute) at Mark's Capital Faculty Recital, November 2010

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OnVPSwX8zWU

Lisa Jelle, Flute

Lisa Jelle is Professor of Flute at Capital University, Principal Flute of the Ashland Symphony and the Central Ohio Symphony, an Associate Musician with the Columbus Symphony, and a frequent performer with the Hawaii Symphony, ProMusica Chamber Orchestra, and the Famous Jazz Orchestra.  A former member of the Honolulu Symphony, the Austin Symphony, and the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, Lisa was also a member of the Breckenridge Music Festival Chamber Orchestra in her native Colorado for 20 summers.  

 

Lisa’s latest CD, Bolling & Beyond: Lisa Jelle, Jazz-Inspired Flute. Mark Flugge Remembered, was released in February 2019.  Other releases are A Chamber Jazz Christmas (2016); Mark Flugge Remembered: Jazz Originals & Standards (2015); and Waltz into Madness (2012). These CDs feature compositions and arrangements by/with her late husband, jazz pianist/composer Mark Flugge, as well as the Inspirare Duo, Capital’s QuintEssential Winds, and the PANdemonium4 Flute Quartet.  She may be heard as well on the Capstone release Resonant Edges, performing Paul Osterfield's "Jagged Edges" on piccolo, with pianist Diane Frazer. 

In 2012-2013 Lisa led a consortium of professional flutists in commissioning and premiering Silver Fantasy for Solo Flute and Symphonic Winds by Dr. Paul Osterfield. Her most performances at the National Flute Association's Annual Convention were in Orlando (2018, with Karl F. Kraber and PANdemonium4), Minneapolis (2017, PANdemonium4), and Washington, CD (2015, with Ali Ryerson and the Jazz Flute Big Band). Three recent international performance and teaching tours were in Germany, Hungary, and England.

Lisa is Director of the 501(c)3 nonprofit Mark Flugge Memorial Fund, which commissions new arrangements of Mark's compositions, sponsors the Capital University Mark Flugge Jazz Award, and coordinates the Annual Mark Flugge Tribute Jazz Concert.   Dr. Jelle's teachers include Leone Buyse, Walfrid Kujala, Anne Diener Zenter, and Karl F. Kraber.  Her degrees are from the University of Northern Colorado, The University of Texas at Austin, and Rice University. www.lisajelle.com