Dr. Martha Fabrique is a professional flutist, shakuhachist, ethnomusicologist and arts administrator. Martha is currently working at the Interlochen Center for the Arts in Michigan as the Assistant Director of Music for Camp and Operations. She was on the faculty at the Interlochen Summer Arts Camp as flute and chamber music instructor for many years. Prior to 2023, Martha was based in San Antonio, Texas where she served on the faculty at San Antonio College for seven years and taught at Our Lady of the Lake University and Trinity University among others. As an active freelancer she performed for many years with the Mid-Texas Symphony, Majestic Theater productions, the San Antonio Symphony, and as a featured guest artist with local chamber ensembles. Martha is also a licensed teacher and accomplished performer and scholar of the shakuhachi (Japanese bamboo flute). She earned her DMA (Doctorate of Musical Arts) from the University of Colorado-Boulder in 1997, received master’s degrees in flute and ethnomusicology from Florida State University and her bachelor’s degree from the Baldwin Wallace Conservatory of Music. Her flute teachers include Sarah Fouse, William Hebert, Karen Yonovitz, Charles Delaney and Geoffrey Gilbert.