B i o g r a p h y

Originally from Lubbock, TX, Natalie Ham has traveled the United States as an active soloist, chamber musician, orchestral player, and teacher. She has performed as principal flute in concert, opera, and ballet productions with the Eastman Philharmonia and Chamber Orchestra, the Eastman Wind Ensemble, the University of Washington Symphony Orchestra, and Ballet Bellevue (WA). In addition, she is an active member of chamber ensembles, including The Evergreen Trio, Inverted Space Ensemble, Baroque ensembles, the featured wind quintet of the American Wind Symphony Orchestra (NY), and the Bay View Wind Quintet (MI).


Natalie has participated as artist and teacher at the Snowater Flute Festival (WA) and was the featured soloist and flute teacher with the American Wind Symphony Orchestra (NY). She has presented workshops on flute technique, musicianship, and physical health for flute students at the Snowater Flute Festival and the 27th Annual Pacific Northwest Music Festival.  Most recently, she was the flute and piano teacher and camp counselor at the Belvoir Terrace Summer Camp (MA).

Additionally, Natalie is active as an event coordinator both at the University of Washington and in the Seattle area. She has directed and assisted in organizing multiple concerts, presentations, and symposiums featured at the UW School of Music. Natalie currently serves as the American Guild of Organist (Seattle Chapter) Housing Chair for the AGO National Convention to be held in Seattle the summer of 2022. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Seattle Flute Society as the Membership Chair.


Natalie holds Bachelor and Master degrees in flute performance from the Eastman School of Music and the University of Washington. She is currently a Doctoral Candidate at the UW School of Music. Natalie is a freelance flutist, teacher, and event coordinator in the Seattle, WA area.