Judith Katz (b. c. 1949, New York, N.Y.) is an American educator, flutist and composer.
Ms. Katz is a graduate of the High School of Performing Arts in New York City. She earned a Bachelor of Music degree in flute performance and a Master of Music degree in education at the Manhattan School of Music. Her flute studies were with Abraham Silverman, Harold Bennett, Herbert Levy and James Politis.
She has performed with a number of concert bands in the New York City area.
Katz maintains an active teaching schedule, dividing her time between private and public schools. She retired as a full time New York City high school teacher in Queens, New York, and is the center director of the long-established Salute to Music program, where she conducts the most talented Queens middle school students. She also is on the adjunct teaching faculty of Hunter College, where she teaches an introductory woodwind course to music education majors.
Works for Winds
- Adventures in Far Off Lands
- The Dawn of a New Age
- Highland Salute (2011)
- The Irish Minstrel Boy (2009)
- The March Past of the National Fencibles
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