Tammara Phillips

Tammara Phillips

Instructor of Flute, Visiting Lecturer of Music

Dr. Phillips has co-founded ensembles and taught at the collegiate level across central Florida. She has won national competitions and frequently performs with the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra.

  • B.M., Stetson University
  • M.M., James Madison University
  • D.M., Florida State University


Course Sampling

  • Cultural and Political Ecology
  • Internship in Earth Science
  • Internship in Geographic Information Systems
  • Environmental Management Internship
  • Honors First-Year Seminar - "Enduring Questions"

Areas of Expertise

  • Flute ensembles
  • Climate change policy


Dr. Tammara K. Phillips received the Bachelor of Music from Stetson University, the Master of Music from James Madison University, and the Doctor of Music from the Florida State University. Prior to her appointment at Stetson, Dr. Phillips served on the music faculties at Bethune-Cookman University, Carl Sandburg College, Daytona State College, Eastern Florida State College, the Florida State University, Seminole State College and Western Illinois University.

As an active member of the Florida Flute Association, Dr. Phillips is the Vice President and Coordinator of Competitions, and served previously as the Program Chair and Guest Conductor for the Honors Flute Choirs. She is also a frequent adjudicator for the Florida Bandmasters Association, judging such events as All-State auditions, All-County auditions, and State Solo and Ensemble festivals.

An avid baroque flute player, Phillips was awarded 3rd Place in the National Flute Association Baroque Flute Artist Competition in 2009. She is a founding member of the baroque flute ensemble Traverso Colore, comprised of past and present students from the Florida State University, and a founding member and principal flute of the New Score Chamber Orchestra (Orlando), and the Southern Winds professional wind band. She also regularly performs as substitute principal flute with the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra.