Christine Barham is currently a Flute Performance and Music Industry major at Middle Tennessee State University. She has studied with Julie Ditzel and now studies with Dr. Deanna Little. She currently participates in the University's Symphony Orchestra, Symphonic Band, and Flute Choir. She is also a member of the woodwind trio Sapphire Winds. In high school she participated in numerous ensembles including the Williamson County Honor Band, Midstate, All-State, and Honor Band of America. She also played in the inaugural Chamber Music National Festival in 2015 with the Franklin Winds as well as attending the 2015 Governor's School for the Arts. She was also honored to perform as a guest artist at a concert at Lipscomb University her senior year. Christine is striving to pursue a career as an orchestral flutist and private instructor.
Samantha Graham is a sophomore music education major.
Alice Judy is a sophomore flute performance, music industry, and psychology major with a minor in entrepreneurship. Her teachers include Donald Gottlieb and Deanna Little. In her collegiate career, Alice has performed in the MTSU Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble, Symphony Orchestra, and Flute Choir. Alice is also a performing member of the Perfect Fifth wind quintet and a cofounder of the Adelphé flute duo, in which she performs with fellow MTSU flutist Christine Barham. In August 2017, Alice attended the NFA convention as a winner of the Collegiate Flute Choir Competition. She has played in masterclasses for Tabitha Easley, Tim Hagen, Ai Goldsmith, and William Bennett.