Tacy Edwards


Tempo Do Brasil | Marc Regnier

Tempo Do Brasil

Tacy Edwards is in her fifteenth season as piccoloist and third flutist of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra in South Carolina and holds the position of Principal Flute in the Orchestra Kentucky, where she is also chairman of the Artistic Advisory Committee. She is the flute instructor at the College of Charleston and has published two flute method books, “Developing Doubtful Digits” and “The Ultimate Workout Book for Professional Flutists.” In addition, she is the inventor of The Flute Parka®, an elegant resting pad for the flute. She runs a booking agency for musicians for weddings and special events called www.ClassicallyCharleston.com. She has two CD releases of flute and guitar music: The Water Is Wide and Hauntings. Enjoying volunteer work, Tacy has chaired the 2008, 2007, 1995 and 1994 Symphony Designer Showhouses for the Charleston Symphony Orchestra League and is presently the President of this organization for the 2008-09 season. She has helped to establish two flute clubs in the USA: The Niagara Frontier Flute Association and the Central Ohio Flute Association and is an active member of the National Flute Association and the South Carolina Flute Society. She plays an Anton Braun flute and piccolo and a gold Powell flute. Her mission in life is to connect people to create outstanding events. She is married to Darrell Edwards, a symphony consultant, and has 27-year-old twin daughters – one who is Executive Director of Footlight Players Theater and the other a chemist.

Tacy Edwards Reviews:

“These same musicians brought us a disc of the music of Radames Gnatalli… I was impressed by that performance, and I took as much delight in this collection of solos and duos by various Brazilian composers. …most of the music is new to me, or at least rarely recorded‚the guitar world tends to look to solo works rather than chamber music from these composer, so it was nice to hear…If you love Brazilian music, you’ll find much pleasure here.” —Ken Keaton, American Record Guide