Chelsea Koziatek

  • flute
  • teacher
  • Consuming Arts

Chelsea Koziatek
Flutist.

Dr. Chelsea Koziatek is a performer and flute teacher in the southeast Michigan area who recently obtained her Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Michigan State University. She also holds a Master of Music degree from MSU and a Bachelor of Musical Arts degree from Bowling Green State University. Her major professors include MSU’s Richard Sherman, Nina Assimakopoulos (West Virginia University), and Dr. Angela McBrearty (Houghton College) and she has been invited to play for master classes featuring Amy Porter, Sir James Galway, Robert Dick, and Jeffery Zook.

Chelsea Koziatek
Teacher.

Dr. Koziatek teaches for Michigan State University’s Community Music Schools in East Lansing and Detroit while maintaining an independent private studio. Her students receive the highest marks in festival competitions and have gone on to study at Michigan State University, Grand Valley State University, and Oakland University. In the summer, she works with several competitive marching programs across the state of Michigan.

Chelsea Koziatek
Performer.

The National Flute Association selected Dr. Koziatek as a winner of their Convention Performer’s Competition in 2014 resulting in a performance of newly published music in August 2015. She has performed as a soloist with the MSU Symphony Orchestra, at the National Flute Association Convention, and was a featured soloist on the MSU Wind Symphony’s 2016 album In This Broad Earth. She performs with the Taneycomo Festival Orchestra (Branson, MO) in the summer where she is a member of the resident wind quintet, the Taneycomo Winds.

Chelsea Koziatek
Founder: Consuming Arts

Dr. Koziatek is an avid home-cook and founded a performing group in 2015 called Consuming Arts which fuses the arts of cuisine and music through performance. In addition to her musical accomplishments, Chelsea also wrote a review published in the journal Jazz Perspectives in 2014.