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Daquise M.

Atlanta, GA

$60/hour

Professional Flautist and Teacher

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Peabody Conservatory
Flute Performance
University of South Carolina
Other

Education

Peabody Conservatory (Flute Performance)

University of South Carolina (Other)

About Daquise

Daquise is a renowned flautist and solo piccoloist hailing from Greenville, SC. He is a graduate of the S.C. Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities where he began his professional studies with Dr. Caroline J. Ulrich. It began, as a dream that Daquise describes was a “sign from God to being my flute studies.” It was his private teacher Mrs. Beth Richardson who helped him begin his late start in playing at the age of 14. “Daquise did all that was necessary to prevail with a late beginning to the flute,” says Beth Richardson.

While attending the Governor’s School he was the South Carolina Woodwind’s MTNA runner-up and was a recipient for the From the Top Jack Kent Cooke $10,000 Scholarship Award which aired on the NPR radio station in 2007. The Recording on From The Top was recorded in the New England Conservatory’s, Jordan Hall. Daquise also performed as principal in the Wind Ensemble, Orchestra and was the principle flutist in the Carolina Youth Symphony. While a member of the Carolina Youth Symphony, Daquise had the opportunity to perform Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Capriccio Espangol,” with the orchestra in Carnegie Hall.

Daquise did his first year of flute studies at The Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University under the tutelage of Laurie Sokoloff. He also had the pleasure of studying with world-renowned flautist Marina Piccinini and the Baltimore Symphony Principal Flautist, Emily Skala. Daquise finished his collegiate studies with Dr. Jennifer Parker-Harley, flute professor at the University of South Carolina in 2012.

While at Peabody he participated in the Peabody Wind Ensemble, The Johns Hopkins University Symphony Orchestra and a host of chamber ensembles. During that time he was apart of the Wind Ensemble, where he served as solo piccoloist in the conservatory's Wind Ensemble CD recording "Trendsetters: Music for Wind Band," under the baton of Dr. Harlan D. Parker.
He then later recorded “Bernstein Transcriptions for Wind Band,” with the USC Wind Ensemble, which was released in 2012 under the conducting of Dr. Scott Weiss. Daquise served as the solo piccoloist on this recording as well. At the University of SC he was the Flutist in the USC Wind Ensemble, USC Symphony, Opera Orchestra and a variety of chamber ensembles. In his professional playing he has served as flutist and piccoloist in the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra, the Metropolitan Woodwind Trio/Quintet and the Palmetto Concert Band. He is a private teacher, orchestral, chamber and solo musician who performs in the Georgia, Maryland and South Carolina and areas.


1. 10 years of teaching.
2. 14 years of performing.
3. Education from Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University and University of South Carolina.


I encourage you all to reach out and contact me to take advantage of learning, growing and maturing as a flutist and musician. I enjoy a fun and relaxed environment with all of my students and always push them to work hard and successfully achieve their goals as a musician.
Daquise is a renowned flautist and solo piccoloist hailing from Greenville, SC. He is a graduate of the S.C. Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities where he began his professional studies with Dr. Caroline J. Ulrich. It began, as a dream that Daquise describes was a “sign from God to being my flute studies.” It was his private teacher Mrs. Read more

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Travels within 20 miles of Atlanta, GA 30314
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Flute

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Daquise M. is a renowned flautist hailing from Greenville, SC. He is a graduate of the S.C. Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities where he began his professional studies with Dr. Caroline J. Ulrich. It began as a dream that Mr. Montgomery describes as a “sign from God” to being his flute studies. It was his private teacher Mrs. Beth Richardson who helped him begin his late start in playing at the age of 14. “Daquise did all that was necessary to prevail with a late beginning to the flute,” says Beth.

While attending the Governor’s School he was the South Carolina Woodwind MTNA runner-up and was a recipient for the From the Top Jack Kent Cooke $10,000 Scholarship Award which aired on the NPR radio station in 2007. The Recording on From The Top was recorded in the New England Conservatory’s, Jordan Hall. Daquise also performed in the Wind Ensemble, Orchestra and was the principle flutist in the Carolina Youth Symphony. While a member of the Carolina Youth Symphony, Daquise had the opportunity to perform Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Capriccio Espangol,” with the orchestra in Carnegie Hall.

Daquise did his first year of collegiate flute studies at The Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University under the tutelage of Laurie Sokoloff. He also had the pleasure of studying with world renowned flautist Marina Piccinini and the Baltimore Symphony Principal Flautist, Emily Skala. Daquise finished his collegiate studies with Dr. Jennifer Parker-Harley, flute professor at the University of South Carolina in 2012.

While at Peabody he participated in the Peabody Wind Ensemble, The Johns Hopkins University Symphony Orchestra and a host of chamber ensembles. While being apart of the Wind Ensemble he served as solo piccoloist in the conservatory's Wind Ensemble CD recording "Trendsetters: Music for Wind Band," under the baton of Dr. Harlan D. Parker.

He later recorded “Bernstein Transcriptions for Wind Band,” with the USC Wind Ensemble, which was released in 2012 under the conducting of Dr. Scott Weiss. Daquise served as the solo piccoloist on this recording as well. At the University of SC he was the Flutist in the Metropolitan Woodwind Trio/Quintet, USC Wind Ensemble and Opera Orchestra as well as serves as flutist and piccoloist in the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra and the Palmetto Concert Band. He is a private teacher, orchestral, chamber and solo musician who performs in the Georgia, Maryland and South Carolina areas.

Peabody Conservatory
Flute Performance
University of South Carolina
Other

Education

Peabody Conservatory (Flute Performance)

University of South Carolina (Other)

Hourly rate

Standard Hourly Rate: $60.00

Cancellation: 24 hours notice required

Travel policy

Daquise will travel within 20 miles of Atlanta, GA 30314.