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Flutist Andrea LeBlanc enjoys a varied career, playing flutes old and new in both prominent and emerging ensembles. A native of the Boston area, she has performed with the Handel and Haydn Society and Boston Baroque. Ms. LeBlanc is principal flutist for Arcadia Players as well as L’Academie, a baroque orchestra presenting free concerts at some of Boston’s most prestigious hospitals, and Grand Harmonie, a Boston and NYC-based ensemble specializing in classical and romantic music for winds. She also performs with Cambridge Concentus, Les Bostonades, the Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra, Music at Eden’s Edge, and the Blue Hill Bach Festival. After receiving a Bachelor of Music from New England Conservatory with honors and distinction in performance, she pursued her study of the baroque flute at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. Ms. LeBlanc recently completed a Master of Music in modern flute performance at UMass Amherst, where she was a teaching assistant in flute and early music. Her principal teachers have been Christopher Krueger and Kate Clark. In 2009, she performed Bach’s St. Matthew Passion in a concert tour of Japan with Cambridge Concentus, under the direction of Joshua Rifkin.