Ebonee Thomas is Second Flute and Piccolo of The Dallas Opera. She served as Principal Flute of the Knoxville Symphony, the Florida Grand Opera, and held a one-year position as Second Flute of the Houston Symphony. Ebonee spends her summers in Colorado as Second Flute and Piccolo of the Central City Opera. She has performed as Guest Principal with the Seattle Symphony, San Antonio Symphony, Santa Fe Opera, and Fort Worth Symphony. Ebonee completed a fellowship with the prestigious New World Symphony under the direction of Michael Tilson-Thomas where she performed Joan Tower’s Flute Concerto and the North American premiere of Christian Lindberg’s flute concerto, The World of Montuagretta. She also performed John Adams’ Chamber Symphony in Carnegie Hall under the conductor’s baton. Ebonee was Principal Flute of the Star Wars In Concert! Orchestra during their U.S, Canada, and Mexico tour and was Principal Flute of the American Repertory Theater’s revival of The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess. Ebonee has also been a substitute for the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Oregon Symphony, Sarasota Orchestra, Phoenix Symphony, Detroit Symphony, and Dallas Symphony.
Along with performing, Ebonee is passionate about music education. She is on faculty at Brookhaven College. Ebonee received her Bachelor of Music in Flute Performance degree from Southern Methodist University and received her Master of Music degree from New England Conservatory of Music.
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