Flutist Ingrid Crozman

Flutist Ingrid Crozman has had an active performing career, appearing in many ensembles including the Bach Festival Orchestra, the Stratford Symphony, the Concert Players Orchestra, Orchestra London, the Red Deer Symphony Orchestra, the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, New Works Calgary, and the Banff Festival Orchestra. She has been involved with several special projects such as the Ontario Festival Symphony Orchestra’s tour to China and productions with Calgary Opera and Alberta Ballet. Her interest in Baroque flute has led to performances in Canada and the United States and she was a faculty member for the Baroque Flute Boot Camp in Seattle, Washington for many years. Most recently she performed with the newly formed Rosa Barocca in Alberta.
Ingrid is dedicated to sharing her knowledge of music and flute playing to all ages and levels of players. Beginning her teaching career while still in her undergraduate degree, Ingrid went on to hold positions at the University of Calgary, Mount Royal University, Medicine Hat College, and the Inner London Education Authority (England). Ingrid has kept her commitment to teaching in London, Ontario by being involved with the LYS mentorship and Chamber Winds programs while maintaining a private flute studio. Active as a clinician, she has worked with several high school programs as well as the Atlantic Festivals of Music workshops.
Ingrid received degrees from the University of Western Ontario, the University of Calgary, and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. She participated in programs at the Banff Centre and the Liszt Academy and worked with many eminent flutists including Samuel Baron, Geoffrey Gilbert, Peter Lloyd and Carol Wincenc.
In addition to her teaching and performing schedule, Ingrid is treasurer of The Gordon Jeffery Music Foundation and is a volunteer at St. Joseph’s Hospice.