Tim Lane has played with the Cleveland Orchestra, the Orquestra Sinfonica de Veracruz, and the Ohio Chamber Orchestra. He has been a soloist and chamber music participant with the Roundtop Music Festival (Roundtop, Texas), the Arcady Music Festival (Bar Harbor, Maine), and with the San Antonio Chamber Players. He is currently a member of the Wisconsin Woodwind Quintet and Les Favorites, a period instrument ensemble. Dr. Lane is an active recitalist and has recorded a solo CD for Zuma Records Inc., "Shards of Glass, Romantic Twentieth Century Flute Music". He has also recorded music for Centaur and Tel Arc. His teachers have included Maurice Sharp, Alexander Murray, and William Bennett. He holds a doctoral degree from the University of Illinois - Champaign/Urbana and wrote his dissertation on "The Relation Between Analysis and Performance of W.A. Mozart's D Major Flute Concerto in Accordance with Conterporaneous Writings". Dr. Lane was a National Flute Association Convention performer competition winner in 1996.
- MUSI 158/358 Applied Flute
- B.M., Cleveland Institute of Music
- M.M., D.M.A., University of Illinois