Dr. Nadine Luke is a full-time faculty member in the Brigham Young University–Idaho Department of Music where she instructs the flute studio and courses in music history and chamber music.  An award-winning flutist, Nadine has performed throughout the United States, including performances at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall, Walt Disney Concert Hall, and as a guest artist at Salt Lake City's Temple Square Concert Series. She has been a featured soloist with the Rexburg Tabernacle Orchestra, BYU–Idaho Symphony Orchestra, BYU–Idaho Symphony Band, University of Utah Philharmonia, and Arizona State University Symphony Orchestra.  Nadine performs regularly in solo and chamber recitals, and is the flutist of the Prismatic Winds.  For the 2021–22 season, she is Acting Principal Flute of the Idaho Falls Symphony. A dedicated and enthusiastic educator, Nadine was honored with the BYU–Idaho Exemplary Faculty Award in 2012.  She has instructed classes at Arizona State University and the University of Utah and presented masterclasses and recitals at Southern Utah University, Brigham Young University, Snow College, the Salt Lake Flute Forum,  Grand Teton Music Festival, and the National Flute Association Convention.

 

Nadine completed a Bachelor of Music at Brigham Young University (cum laude), a Master of Music at Arizona State University, and a Doctor of Musical Arts at the University of Utah.  She has performed at masterclasses for Emmanuel Pahud, Amy Porter, Tadeu Coelho, Rachel Brown, and Leone Buyse. Her principal teachers include April Clayton,  Elizabeth Buck, and Lisa Byrnes.  When she isn't playing the flute, Nadine enjoys gardening, reading, cooking, and cross-country skiing with her family.