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Steph Geremia


Steph is an internationally distinguished flautist with over 20 years international performing, touring and teaching experience.

Steph has been highly influenced by the great Sligo style of flute playing. She holds a Bachelor of Arts with Honor’s and major in Music from the distinguished American university, Wesleyan University, where she studied classical and traditional flute along with other world music traditions, working with people such as the legendary experimental jazz hero, Anthony Braxton. 

She also hold’s a Masters Degree in Traditional Irish Music Performance with First Class Honors from the University of Limerick and has spent time in India studying the Bonsuri (North Indian Flute) under PT Ginde, disciple of the legendary Panal al Gosh.

'Irish flautist and singer, highly regarded as one of the top musicians of her generation and perhaps best known as a mainstay member of the critically acclaimed Irish group, Alan Kelly Gang, Steph Geremia brings a wealth of musical scholarship to her love for Ireland’s North Connaught tradition, as displayed on her sparkling 2018 release Up She Flew. “Exceptional skill and musicality. . . a masterclass in Irish flute” (Folkworld)  ★★★★ RnR  ★★★★ Songlines.

Steph Geremia
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