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Corinna Nash-Wnuk is carving new pathways for the 21st-century musician as she is successfully juggling dual careers in music administration and performance. Ms. Nash-Wnuk is currently the Associate Dean for Admissions and Enrollment Management for the Meadows School of the Arts at Southern Methodist University, and previously directed music admissions at DePauw University. As a versatile and award-winning flutist, she is the top prize-winner in several prominent competitions: Frank Bowen Young Artist—First Prize, Kingsville International—Second Prize, Mid-Atlantic Young Artist—Second Prize, Golden Key National Honors Society Performing Arts Showcase—First Prize, in addition to receiving awards from the Mid-South Young Artist Competition and the National Foundation for Advancement of the Arts YoungARTS Competition. Corinna's performance of the C.P.E. Bach Concerto in G with the Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra drew a sold out audience, and she has concertized on three continents, including appearances with members of the Saint Louis Symphony, the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, and as principal flutist under Lorin Maazel, Alan Gilbert and Carl St. Clair, among others. Ms. Nash-Wnuk holds her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, where she was also a recipient of the prestigious Performer's Certificate and later served as the Associate Instructor of Flute. Previously, Ms. Nash-Wnuk was a tenured flutist with the Evansville and Columbus Philharmonic Orchestras, and she is a founding member of the Northwood Winds—a woodwind trio dedicated to the performance of lesser known chamber music works.