Robert Cronin

Artist-in-Residence in Flute


Robert Cronin joined the faculty at Kennesaw State University as Artist-in-Residence in Flute in 2004. Mr. Cronin has served as Associate Principal Flute of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra since 1999. Previously, he served as Principal Flute of the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra and held visiting positions with the Kansas City Symphony and the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. While in Knoxville, Mr. Cronin served on the faculty at the University of Tennessee.


Raised in northern Virginia, Mr. Cronin earned a BM in Flute Performance from Northwestern University where he studied with Walfrid Kujala, Donald Peck and Mary Stolper. For two seasons he performed as a member of the Chicago Civic Orchestra and later continued his studies at the Wildacres Retreat with William Bennett and Stephen Preston.


An active composer, Mr. Cronin's works have been performed by the Knoxville Symphony, the Milwaukee Symphony and at the National Flute Association Conventions in Dallas and Columbus.


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