Instructor in Flute
Since 1991 Karin Lindström has been co-principal solo flutist at the Malmö Opera Orchestra in Sweden. She has also been invited to serve as a principal during five years.
Ms. Lindström has been playing in orchestras in her home country as well as abroad with well known ensembles such as the Danish Radio Sinfonietta, Helsingborg, Malmö and Gothenburg Symphony Orchestras. In addition, she has also performed as a soloist with Malmö Opera orchestra, Lund State Orchestra and Lund Youth Symphony Orchestra in European tours.
As a chamber musician, Ms. Lindström has performed in concerts with Duo Nova, Trio Nova, the Adertrio, Ensemble Spektrum and Ars Nova. She has also performed recitals with pianists Urs Walter (Zürich), Sergio Gallo (Paris), Annika Bjelk, Max Lörstad, Jan Karlsson Korp and with organists Thomas Willstedt and Karl-Magnus Jansson.Karin Lindström has performed in radio and TV and has recorded with the Music Opera of Malmö, Danish Radio Sinfonietta, Malmö and Helsingborg Symphony Orchestras.
Karin Lindström is in high demand as a teacher at the best music institutions in Malmö. She has been teaching at the Malmö Academy of Music since 2002, and has recently been appointed flute teacher at Malmö Latinskola. Ms. Lindström specializes in the areas of French school of flute playing, Suzuki method, circular breathing, mental aspect of performance and audition training. She is often invited to judge musical competitions in Scandinavia.
Karin Lindström holds degrees in performance and teaching from the Malmö Academy of Music. She pursued her studies with Raymond Guiot at the Berlioz Conservatory in Paris, where she was awarded Premier Prix à l’unanimité.
Ms. Lindström received a Konzertreifediplom from the Musikhochschule Zürich, in the class of Günter Rumpel. She further studied with the legendary artists Aurèle Nicolet and André Jaunet.
She is certified as Suzuki instructor and in advanced methodology for University level teaching. Karin Lindström
has been trained in “Basic Body Knowledge” and methods of relaxation, especially Feldenkreis.