Caitlin Boruch (she/her), flute, has a Bachelor of Music in Flute Performance from the University of Iowa, studying with Robert Dick and Tadeu Coelho, and a Master of Music in Flute Performance from the University of California Santa Barbara, studying with Jill Felber. She has enjoyed a varied career within music. While living in Santa Barbara, CA from 2003-2008, she was the program manager of the MERIT Program of the Music Academy of the West and general manager of the Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra. She then moved to Washington, DC from 2008-2010, where she served as a faculty member of the International School of Music and performed with the Capital City Symphony, Great Noise Ensemble, and the Columbia Flute Choir. Caitlin lived in Switzerland from 2010-2014, where she co-founded a music school and both learned and performed Basler Piccolo, which is a fife-like instrument used in the annual Swiss festival of Fasnacht.
Since moving to Ventura County in 2014, Caitlin has been honored to teach chamber music, group flute and keyboard, and private flute lessons with the Laby Harmony Project. She also teaches chamber music at La Reina Middle and High School and a full studio of private flute lessons. Caitlin is a member of the National Flute Association and a branch vice president of the Music Teachers’ Association of California. Her students enjoy an active performing schedule of national, statewide, regional, and studio-sponsored festivals, competitions, masterclasses, and events.