Sasha is a popular clinician at institutes and conferences around the country and world, as well as previously teaching as applied flute faculty at several institutions: Community School for Music and Arts in Mountain View, CA, Dominican University, Regis University, Colorado Christian University, Colorado Suzuki Institute, Desert Suzuki Institute, Santa Fe Talent Education, Santa Fe Suzuki Institute, Rocky Mountain Center for Musical Arts, the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Preparatory Department, and the 2009 Suzuki World Conference in Melbourne, Australia. Sasha has also taught at the Suzuki Institute in Mexico City and was Flute Ensemble Conductor for the 2010 and 2012 SAA Conference. She has lectured at the Suzuki World Conference, three National Flute Conventions and at five Suzuki Association of the America’s International Conferences.
Sasha holds her DMA from CU-Boulder and MM from The University of Cincinnati. She has two BM degrees in flute and voice.
As a flutist, she has taught and performed throughout the United States and Internationally. Sasha performed as second flute/solo piccolo of the Macau Orchestra, and while in Asia, she studied with Suzuki flute founder, Mr. Takahashi. Former chair of the music program at Northern New Mexico College in Española, New Mexico, she has also been a soprano soloist and piccolo/flute with the Santa Fe Symphony.
Sasha is a columnist for Flute Focus International Flute Magazine (NZ) and has contributed to the American Suzuki Journal. Her students have won various local, regional and state honors with MTNA, NFMC, NATS, Royal Conservatory, NAfMe and have participated in Honors, Youth and All-State Orchestras in California, New Mexico, Colorado, Ohio and Kentucky, as well as receiving scholarships to study music at New Mexico State, UNM, UNC-Greeley, CU Boulder, University of Cincinnati and UNLV.