Flutist Tracy Doyle is Professor of Music at Adams State University where she teaches applied flute, chamber music, and courses in music education. She performs in a variety of styles from classical to Celtic, and is an advocate for new music. She serves as piccoloist with the San Juan Symphony in Durango, Colorado and is active as a soloist and chamber musician. Tracy has performed and given masterclasses throughout the United States, Australia, and Japan. She has performed at the National Flute Association Convention, and is a winner of the 2016 Convention Performers Competition. Tracy leads a vital collegiate flute studio with students from all over the United States.
As a member of the Doyle-Kane flute and percussion duo, Tracy with her husband James Doyle, have been active in commissioning new works for flute and marimba, and are currently working on a project dedicated to new works inspired by the beauty of the San Luis Valley of Colorado.
Previous appointments include flute faculty at American River College in Sacramento, principal flute with the Solano Symphony, Camellia Symphony, California Wind Orchestra, North Bay Opera, and performances with numerous other ensembles, including the United States Air Force Academy Band, Vallejo Symphony, Capitol Jazz Project, and Napa Symphony Orchestra.
Tracy earned her Doctor of Musical Arts degree in flute performance from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, and her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees in music education from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.