Flutist Ann Erwin earned a Master of Music degree from USC and a BA with a double major in music and mathematics from UC San Diego. She was chosen to study chamber music at the Yale Summer School of Music in Norfolk, Connecticut, and was awarded Annette Kade and Harriet Hale Woolley fellowships to study the flute in Paris, where her teachers included Michel Debost and Ida Ribera. In Southern California she studied with Roger Stevens, James Walker, Anne Diener Zentner, and Damian Bursill-Hall. Ms. Erwin has performed with the San Diego Symphony and Opera Orchestras, Orchestra Nova, New Hampshire Music Festival, Santa Barbara Symphony Orchestra, Santa Barbara Chamber Music Festival, Franciscan String Quartet, Ventura Symphony Orchestra, Riverside Philharmonic Orchestra, and many other organizations. She served as a faculty member of the 2008 Idyllwild Arts Summer Chamber Music Festival, and was a guest artist there in 2007. Currently Principal Flute of San Diego's Classics Philharmonic and an active player and teacher throughout Southern California, she also served as Assistant Professor of Flute at the University of Tennessee and the University of Wyoming. Ms. Erwin has performed in concerts and recitals in France, Germany, Spain, Mexico, and throughout the United States, including performances of contemporary music at UNESCO headquarters in Paris and at the Staatsbibliothek in Berlin.