Bonita Lubinsky

Flute & Recorder - Woodwinds, Brass & Percussion

Bonita Lubinsky was born in Cleveland, and received a music education degree from Kent State University in Ohio before coming to New York City to study with Thomas Nyfenger. In 1984 she received a master’s degree in flute performance from the Zurich Conservatory of Music, having begun her studies there on a Rotary Foundation Grant.

Ms. Lubinsky has been teaching at the Third Street Music School Settlement in NYC since 1990. She has also taught flute and recorder at the Westchester JCC and at the Westchester Conservatory of Music and recorder ensembles at schools around New York City for Classroom Recorder Arts. She is a student of the Alexander Technique, which helps to relieve muscle tension and improve breathing and incorporates these ideas in her teaching. Ms. Lubinsky is a member of the Eastchester Arts Council Board. She performs with the Celtic and Early Music Trio, Gryphon & Co. and is principal flute with the Putnam Chorale Orchestra.