Dr. Cassandra Eisenreich is the Outreach and Program Coordinator at the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami. She is also on faculty at Barry University where she teaches Flute, Ear Training, Woodwind Ensemble, and Methods in Music Education. She also holds a position as Instructor of Eurhythmics, Music Theory, and Chamber Music at the Frost School of Music Preparatory Program. Cassandra was a Flute Teaching Assistant and Mancini Fellow at the University of Miami Frost School of Music, where she completed her DMA in Flute Performance, with an emphasis in Music Education. Upon graduating, Cassandra received the "Outstanding Graduate Student" award. She also received a Master of Music in Flute Performance from UM and graduated Summa Cum Laude from Slippery Rock University, with a Bachelor of Music in Music Education. Cassandra has performed regularly with the Florida Grand Opera, Florida Sunshine Pops, and the Walenstein Symphony Orchestra. She has had the opportunity to perform with the New World Symphony, at Heinz Hall with Sir James Galway, and with the Pittsburgh Symphony. She has also had the opportunity to perform and record with top artists including, George Benson, Michael Feinstein, Dave Grusin, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Mark O'Connor, Terence Blanchard, Jon Secada, Patti Austin, Arturo Sandoval, Nestor Torres, Sammy Figueroa, Pharrell Williams, and groups including Take 6 and Tiempo Libre. In 2003 she premiered the Requiem for Fred Rogers and in 2006, she was the winner of the Butler Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition. She has performed in chamber music festivals, including the New York University Woodwind Quintet and the Summit Music Festival, and she has participated in masterclasses all over the United States. Her principal teachers include Trudy Kane and Stacey Steele.