Dr. Elizabeth Goode

Adult Chamber Music Camp Faculty - Flute

Flutist and composer Elizabeth Goode is a Professor of Music at Valdosta State University. She also serves as Principal Flutist with the Valdosta and the Albany Symphony Orchestras and is an active orchestral player around the southeast. She previously served on the faculties of Maryville College and the University of Tennessee and as flutist with the Knoxville, Oak Ridge, and New Haven Symphonies.  In the summer of 2011, she joined the artist faculty of the Orfeo International Music Festival in Vipiteno, Italy, as a performer and teacher. Dr. Goode is a frequent adjudicator, clinician, and performer at state and national conventions, including those of the National Flute Association, Florida Flute Association, College Music Society, American Society of Composers, Music Educator’s National Conference, Atlanta Flute Club, Kentucky Flute Society, and Raleigh Area Flute Association. Her article, “Good Vibrations: A Practical Approach to Intonation,” was published in Flute Talk magazine, a division of The Instrumentalist.  She holds Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from the University of Tennessee, and the Master of Music, Master of Musical Arts, and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees from Yale University, where she was a student of Thomas Nyfenger.