Marcia Kämper, flutist

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra


Marcia Kämper is a Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director of ANALOG. Marcia was invited to become a permanent member of the Baltimore Symphony after performing on the entire 2005-06 season which included the October European tour under music director Yuri Temirkanov. Her concerto debut with the BSO will be June 2008 performing Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto #4 with Concertmaster Jonathan Carney and Principal Flute Emily Skala.


Before joining the Baltimore Symphony, Ms. Kämper was a flutist and soloist with the Omaha Symphony. Her Omaha concerto appearances include a live radio broadcast of Leonard Bernstein’s Halil and J.S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto Nos. 4 & 5 with music director Victor Yampolsky conducting.


Ms. Kämper is an active recitalist with a broad repertoire. A champion of new music, Marcia has several world premieres to her name as well as many performances of major chamber works by Karlheinz Stockhausen, Toru Takemitsu, and Morton Feldman.


Ms. Kämper is also a dedicated audiophile. Her professional experience includes work as an assistant recording producer on several commercial CD’s by the Metamorphosen Chamber Orchestra.


Marcia earned two degrees from Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University. She studied with Robert Willoughby and Emily Skala. While in college, she won the Washington DC Flute Club Competition and was twice-awarded the Britton Johnson Memorial Flute Prize. Her childhood acclaim includes concerto performances with the Henderson Civic Symphony, Las Vegas Youth Orchestra, Las Vegas Music Festival, and first prize at the Las Vegas Flute Club Competition. Other teachers include Martha Aarons in Cleveland, Marina Piccinini in Zurich, and Cynthia Man at the Las Vegas Academy of Performing Arts.