Renée Krimsier


Lecturer in Music, Flute


New England Conservatory; Juilliard School

Renée Krimsier received her education at the New England Conservatory and the Juilliard School, where she received her doctoral degree. Among others, she has performed as a soloist with the Boston Pops, has recorded the 3 Mozart Concerti with the English Chamber Orchestra, played with the Slovak National Orchestra and several other Italian and  festival orchestras. Her orchestral career included principal flute with the Filarmonica de Caracas and the Charleston Symphony, and at present she plays principal flute with the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra. Renée is an avid chamber music performer, including with her former trio the Aurora Trio, as performer and co director of the Incontri Musicali series in Spoleto, Italy, and Intermezzi in Charleston, SC. She was also a member of Boston Musica Viva, which explores and performs contemporary music, for 15 years. Renée has made many festival appearances, including several years at Marlboro, Spoleto, La Musica, Brevard, and Tanglewood. At present, Ms. Krimsier is on the flute faculties of the New England Conservatory and Boston University.