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Shauna Kay Thompson



Chamber Musician



Shauna Thompson is Associate Professor of Flute at Texas Christian University and chair of the woodwind department.  Dr. Thompson has been a featured performer at multiple National Flute Association conventions and a guest artist at the Texas Flute Society, Kingsville, Waco, and Weatherford conventions. Recent concerto performances include Chaminade's Concertino with the Mesquite Symphony, the world premiere of Martin Blessinger’s Rhapsody for Flute and Orchestra with the Texas Christian University Symphony Orchestra, and Frank Ticheli’s Silver Linings with the Sugar Land Winds. Shauna recently released her first solo album, Reflections. 


In her role as flute professor at TCU, Dr. Thompson leads a competitive studio comprised of undergraduate, Masters, Artist Diploma, and DMA students. The first ever DMA graduate in flute from TCU received his doctorate under her guidance in Spring of 2019. Dr. Thompson’s students have competed in the Myrna Brown competition, various NFA competitions, attended summer music festivals such as Aspen and Brevard, and performed with the Collegiate and Professional Flute Choirs at NFA. Many of her former students are now successful elementary school music teachers, band directors, private teachers, and university professors.


Dr. Thompson won the 26th annual Myrna Brown competition with the Texas Flute Society and was honored to return as a guest artist to their following convention. She is also a prizewinner of many other competitions including the National Flute Association, Pittsburg Flute Club, Claude Monteaux, Frank Bowen, Mid-South Flute Society, and MTNA.


She is currently Competition Coordinator for the National Flute Association. She has previously served as coordinator of the NFA's  Professional Flute Choir Competition and coordinator for the Texas Flute Society’s Donna Marie Haire competition. 

Dr. Thompson holds a DMA and a MM in flute performance from the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music where she studied with Brad Garner and Randy Bowman. Dr. Thompson also received a Bachelor of Music from Texas Tech University where she studied with Lisa Garner Santa. Prior to joining the TCU faculty Dr. Thompson served as Consortium Instructor of Flute at the University of Evansville and principal flute with the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra. She has also previously served as principal flute of the Lubbock Symphony and second flute with the Midland Odessa Symphony Orchestra in addition to performing with the Cincinnati and Fort Worth Symphony Orchestras.

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