New York, NY
Mira Magrill is a freelance flutist and teacher in New York City. She has performed extensively as a soloist and chamber musician throughout the U.S., Denmark, Chile, Costa Rica, Italy, and China. Principal Flute of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, Mira also holds the position of Piccolo/2nd Flute of the Chamber Orchestra of New York. An avid performer of new music, Mira loves collaborating with composers to perform their works. She recently premiered the new concerto, “Concerto Fantastique” by Dr. Samuel Magrill (her father), with the Chelsea Symphony in New York City. She has premiered many new works by Dr. Magrill, and is currently preparing to record an album of all of his flute music.
Mira is on the music faculty at the Stony Brook University Pre-College and the Community Music Programs, and the Rudolf Steiner School in Manhattan. Mira recently completed her Doctorate in Flute Performance from Stony Brook University studying with Carol Wincenc after previous studies at Carnegie Mellon, the University of Michigan, and the University of Southern California. Additional teachers include Jeanne Baxtresser, Alberto Almarza, Amy Porter, and Jim Walker.
Mira is currently traveling full-time playing the flute, piccolo and bamboo flutes on the US national tour of the Broadway show Miss Saigon. For more tour dates and cities, visit https://www.miss-saigon.com/us-tour/tour-dates