Karly Schofield is the new and talented principal flute player of the Sudbury Symphony Orchestra and flute teacher at Laurentian University in Sudbury.
A native Sudburian, she began her musical development in her hometown at the age of 12, and went on to further her studies in performance at the University of Ottawa under the tutelage of Joanna G’Froerer, and Camille Churchfield, both active members of the NAC Orchestra.
While living in Ottawa, Karly has participated and performed in masterclasses and lessons with world renowned musicians such as Emmanuel Pahud, Timothy Hutchins, Carolyn Christie, and Susan Hoeppner. She has performed in ensembles and chamber groups under the direction of David Currie, Paul Marleyn, and Rennie Regher, and later of course the directors of the Sudbury Symphony which include Victor Sawa, Jamie Arrowsmith, and Melanie Leonard.
Karly is looking forward to future collaborations with ‘Opera for a Cause’ and other artistic groups in the community.