An active musician and teacher, Dr. Brielle Frost has performed throughout the United States, Peru, Brazil, Italy, Costa Rica, and Canada. She has performed at festivals and conventions such as the Festival Internacional de Flautistas in Lima, Peru, the Summer in the City Flute Festival in Toronto, Canada, the Festival de Música Contemporânea Brasileira in Campinas, Brazil, the Puccini Festival, MahlerFest, the Atlantic Music Festival, the Aquila Summer Concert Series, and the Rocky Mountain Regional Meeting of the American Musicological Society. As an orchestral musician, she is a substitute flutist with the Symphony of Southeast Texas. She has previously performed with the Valley Symphony Orchestra, Steamboat Symphony Orchestra, Topeka Symphony Orchestra, Midland-Odessa Symphony Orchestra, and the Colorado Dance Theatre Company. Dr. Frost has been a featured soloist with the Opus Chamber Ensemble (TX) and the Bailey Bach Festival (CO), and has performed and directed at national conventions such as the National Flute Association Convention (2012, 2013, 2017, 2018), the National College Music Society Conference (2017), and the American Single Reed Summit (2018). She is a founding member of the Ambrosia Flute Trio, which has performed and given master classes throughout Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Nevada, Louisiana, and Peru. During the summer, Dr. Frost has held the position of flute instructor at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in Twin Lake, MI, where she has performed as a member of the Blue Lake faculty orchestra and wind ensemble. Dr. Frost received a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Northern Iowa, a Master of Music degree and Artist Certificate from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and a Doctor of Arts degree from the University of Northern Colorado. Her principal teachers include Angeleita Floyd, Torleif Ander, Mary Posses, and James Hall. Dr. Frost is the Assistant Professor of Flute at Lamar University where she teaches applied flute and directs the LU Flute Ensemble. Prior to her appointment at Lamar University, Dr. Frost served on the faculty at the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley and Western State Colorado University.