Anne Gordon, an Atlanta native, is an active music teacher and performer. A 1999 cum laude graduate of Furman University, Anne has a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education. While at Furman, she performed with the Wind Ensemble, the Symphony Orchestra, and was chosen to perform on the fall 1998 Honors’ Recital. Anne graduated magna cum laude from the University of Georgia in 2001 with a Master’s Degree in Flute Performance. At UGA, she participated in the Wind Symphony, the Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, the graduate flute quartet, as well as various other performing ensembles. Her teachers include Beverly Bradley, Eleanor Boda, Rhea Jacobus, Cynthia Hopkins, Ronal Waln, and Angela Jones-Reus. Anne has also participated in masterclasses led by Jeannie Baxtresser, Carl Hall, and others.
Mrs. Gordon is currently in demand as a private flute instructor and clinician in Cobb County. She regularly teaches flute sectionals and master classes at Lost Mountain Middle School, Durham Middle School, Mount Paran Christian School, and others. Anne also serves as flute section leader for the Cobb Wind Symphony, an all-adult community band that has recently performed for the Georgia Music Educators National Association Conference and for the Southern Division of the College Band Directors National Association / National Band Association. In addition to her endeavors on the flute, she also teaches elementary music to toddlers and preschoolers through the weekday programs at McEachern Memorial United Methodist Church.
Mrs. Gordon lives in Marietta with her husband, Devin, an intellectual property attorney, and their children, Emma and Jack.