Bart Feller is Principal Flute of the New Jersey Symphony, New York City Opera and Santa Fe Opera Orchestras. He has appeared with the New York Philharmonic, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Bargemusic and the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. Mr. Feller has also appeared as concerto soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, and the Jupiter Symphony. He is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music, where his teachers included Julius Baker and John Krell; he has also worked extensively with Keith Underwood. Among the summer festivals he has participated in are the Marlboro Music Festival, OK Mozart International Festival, Colorado College Chamber Music Festival, Napa Valley Chamber Music Festival, and the Grand Teton Music Festival. Mr. Feller is Professor of Flute at Rutgers University/Mason Gross School of the Arts, and teaches in the Pre-College Division of The Juilliard School.
"Bart Feller's inventively programmed CD, "20th-Century Duos," is an homage to musical friendship. His bright tone, polished technique, and impeccable musicianship are well matched by seven superb colleagues in performances of warmth, wit and virtuosity."
Former Principal Flute, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra
Faculty, Manhattan School of Music
"On his new recording of 20th Century Duos, Bart Feller and his collaborators have made a spectacular contribution to the recorded library of flutists everywhere. As always, Mr. Feller's flute playing is a model of brilliant technique, ravishing tone and beautifully crafted interpretations. This CD is a total pleasure and inspiration"
Former Principal Flute, New York Philharmonic
"This (20th Century Duos) is a wonderful disc! Anyone who hears Bart Feller's liquid, organic playing will realize immediately that he is a complete master of the flute. It is inspiring to hear him play."
Flute Professor, Yale University
Artist-Member, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center