Sarah Hoff is a first year Graduate Assistant pursuing her Masters in Flute performance. She graduated from Tennessee Technological University with a Bachelor’s in Music Education in December 2015. She currently teaches privately at the Music and Arts Center of Murfreesboro, TN.
Taylor Meyers is a second year Graduate Teaching Assistant pursuing her Masters in Flute Performance. Her previous teachers include Nina Assimakopoulos, Lois Wynn, and Jennifer Lapple; Taylor is currently studying under Deanna Little. Taylor earned her Bachelor of Music degree in Music Performance in 2016 from West Virginia University on a talent-and-merit-based scholarship. She was a semifinalist in WVU's 2015 Young Artist Concerto Competition, and was an active performer as both a soloist and a quintet member in many recitals. Taylor has performed in masterclasses for renowned flutists including Ai Goldsmith, Tim Hagen, Tabatha Easley, and Nancy Stagnitta. Taylor is a founding member of the MTSU Graduate Woodwind Trio, also known as the Verum Trio. Taylor is also a member of the MTSU Wind Ensemble and the MTSU Symphony Orchestra.