Dr. Carlos Feller

Adjunct Professor of Flute and Woodwind Methods

Education:

B.M. – School of Music and Fines Arts of Parana – Brazil

M.M. – University of Southern Mississippi

D.M. – Florida State University

Email: cfeller@se.edu

 

Dr. Carlos Feller received his Doctor of Music degree from The Florida State University. He also holds a b.m. from The School of Music and Fine Arts of Paraná – Brazil, and a m.m. in flute performance from The University of Southern Mississippi. Feller was prizewinner in competitions such as the William T. Gower Concerto Competition at USM, performing the J. Ibert Concerto for Flute and Orchestra, state and regional rounds of the Music Teacher National Association, and the Flute Society of Kentucky Young Artist competition. In 2011, he was selected as one of the participants of the prestigious Young Artist Competition promoted by the National Flute Association. Dr. Feller is a member of the ensemble Traverso Colore, A chamber group dedicated to historically informed performances on period instruments (baroque flute – traverso). Recent performances of the group included the 2011 and 2012 editions of the Florida Flute Convention, and the 2012 National Flute Association Convention. An enthusiast of new music for flute, Feller performed at the International Computer Music Conference in New Orleans, at the International Michel Debost Composition Competition in Curitiba-Brazil, and at the XV Biennial Festival of New Music at Florida State University. Dr. Feller is an adjunct instructor of Fine Arts at OBU, adjunct lecturer of Music at OCCC, and was recently appointed as the new adjunct instructor of flute at SOSU.