B.M. Magna Cum Laude, American Conservatory of Music
Donald Zook, flutist, made his solo debut at Orchestra Hall in Chicago. He earned his Bachelor of Music from the American Conservatory of Music, where he received the John Conterio Award in recognition of his outstanding ability in performance.
Mr. Zook appears as a soloist and in chamber ensembles throughout New England, the midwest and New York, delighting audiences with his flawless technique, passion, and virtuosity His frequent performances have included the concert series of the Chicago Artist Association, Harvard University, Endicott College, the Old South Church in Boston, the Morris Museum in New Jersey and the Donnell Library in New York. He was also featured on the 1988-89 Arts Alive Concert Series in the Virgin Islands.
Mr. Zook is former Vice-President and Artist in Residence of the Chicago Flute Society. He has acted as a music consultant for WTTV television studios and has recorded for three major dance studios. An advocate of new music, Mr. Zook has premiered several new works for the flute, winning him critical praise from Chicago and New York reviewers.
Mr. Zook has taught on the faculties of the American Conservatory and the Park Forest Conservatory, and currently teaches on the faculty of the South Shore Conservatory of Music and the Middleboro Public School System.
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