With equally deep roots in classical music old and new and in free improvisation and new jazz, Robert Dick has established himself as an artist who has not only mastered, but redefined the flute. He has per- formed his music throughout the US, Europe, South America and Asia, and has released numerous solo recordings. Dick has also performed and recorded with New Winds, Tambastics, Oscura Luminosa, the Soldier String Quartet, the A.D.D. Trio, Paul Giger, Jaron Lanier, Randy Raine-Reush and Barry Guy, Mari Kimura, Steve Gorn and many more of Europe and America’s finest improvisors. Dick’s compositions have been recognized with a Guggenheim Fellowship, two NEA Composer Fellowships, a Koussevitzky Foundation Commission, two Meet the Composer Commissions and many more grants, fellowships and commissions. His flute music is played worldwide and his pedagogical works, including the book “The Other Flute: A Performance Manual of Contemporary Techniques”, are considered the standard bearers in their field. Robert Dick resides in New York City and is teaching flute privately and at New York University.