Lane (Flute)














Lane Edwards was born in Durham, North Carolina, but grew up in Niles, Michigan. Her flute studies started at the age of ten and continued through high school, where she sat principal flute.  After moving back to Raleigh, NC she studied Music at Meredith College, graduating with a Bachelors of Music in Performance.  While at Meredith, she had the privilege of sitting principal flute for numerous productions.  In 2014 she was inducted into the national music honor society, Pi Kappa Lambda.  Since graduation, Lane has continued to perform as a free-lance musician, but her greatest joy has been teaching privately. She creates her lesson plans to fit each individual student.  Her greatest goal is to give her students the opportunity to become accomplished flutist and to find a passion for music.



Allison (Flute)













Allison has been playing the flute for 15 years.  Between March and May of this year, Allison taught flute lessons in Winterville, NC at Riverside High School.  She holds both a Bachelors and Masters Degree in Music Education from the University of North Carolina in Greensboro.  While attending UNCG, Allison performed with a number of ensembles: Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band, Flute Choir, and Pep Band. While a member of the Wind Ensemble, she toured with the group to Bethesda, Maryland and to Austin, Texas for the CBDNA Convention.  Allison was also given a wonderful opportunity to perform in Carnegie Hall in New York City as a member of the National Wind Ensemble in May 2007.


Shaquim  (Clarinet, Sax)




Shaquim Muldrow is an American jazz saxophonist and composer. A native of South Carolina, Shaquim is paving a way for himself in the RDU jazz scene and beyond. Shaquim has made appearances at the Shed jazz club, Dizzy’s Coca Cola club and the 2015 JEN conference as a featured soloist. Though Muldrow is primarily in the small group format, he has been seen with the world renowned North Carolina Central Jazz Band behind Branford Marsalis and many other notable musicians. Muldrow’s personal and introspective styles can be heard not only in his playing, but in his original compositions.