Roderick Seed

Roderick Seed is a British flute player based in the UK, who made his Carnegie Hall debut in 2010.

He graduated from the Royal Academy of Music, London in 2009. He won an Entrance Scholarship to study with William Bennett, OBE. He went on to study with Lorna McGhee at the University of British Columbia, where he also received a scholarship. Previously, he has studied with Sebastian Bell, Kate Hill and Pat Morris (piccolo).

In September 2010 Roderick was a First Prize Winner of the Alexander & Buono International Flute Competition (New York) and in October he performed at the Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall. He has also won prizes at the Royal Academy of Music Flute Prize, London Concerto Competition, and BFS Young Artist Competition.

He is the author of Mastering the Flute with William Bennett, a book of exercises based on the masterful teaching of William Bennett.

Roderick has given concerts and classes across the UK, Canada, Hungary, Germany, Japan and USA.

Roderick is an active teacher. He was Teaching Assistant at the William Bennett International Flute Summer School and has also given masterclasses at the Royal Academy of Music, Liszt Ferenc Academy in Budapest and the Royal Muscat Philharmonic Orchestra in Oman.

Roderick is an Altus Flutes artist and runs his own flute retreat each year in the UK.


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