A diverse freelancer, Kristine Reaume performs as a soloist and chamber musician specializing in classical, rock, experimental, and musical theatre in Austin, Texas. In recent seasons, she has appeared in the pit orchestra at Zach Scott Theatre, on stage with Sungod, and in concert with the Austin Flute Project.
Kristine has performed in concert halls in the United States and Europe, and her repertoire encompasses innovative new music as well as classics for the flute. Projects include curating 3-weeks of concerts with Revel and the Austin Flute Project, recording experimental music with Sungod on Holodeck Records, performing with the Round Rock Symphony, writing rock-and-roll music with Break Time, and a 2008 international tour with the University of Texas Wind Ensemble that found her performing across Europe.
She is a passionate and enthusiastic educator who seeks to share the joy of music with all students and currently maintains a private studio in Austin, Cedar Park and Round Rock. She frequently judges local solo contests, region auditions, and teaches masterclasses throughout the area. An advocate for the local flute community, she has volunteered with the Austin Flute Society since 2010. Kristine currently serves as the AFS Vice President and chair of the Young Artist Competition.
Kristine earned her M.M. in music performance from the University of Texas at Austin and her B.M. in music performance from Eastern Michigan University. Her primary teachers include Marianne Gedigian, Dr. Julie Stone, Helen Near, and Dr. Mihoko Watanabe.