Jeanne Pizzuto-Sauve was appointed to the 3rd Flute/Piccolo position for the Binghamton Philharmonic at the beginning of the orchestraʼs 40th anniversary season in 1995. Jeanne also performed regularly with the Albany Symphony for two years from 1996-1998. She also frequently played and toured with the Syracuse Symphony, now known as Symphoria. Jeanne has also enjoyed playing with the Syracuse Opera, as well as the Tri-Cities Opera and the Binghamton Downtown Singers. She has played with the Hamilton College Orchestra and the Syracuse Chorale, as well. She is also a member of Dolce Flutes, a professional flute quartet, performing concerts throughout the Central New York area since 2008. In addition to performing, Jeanne has held a full time teaching position with the Chittenango Central School District, where she teaches elementary band, since 1999. In 2007, Ms. Pizzuto-Sauve was a guest lecturer and piccolo master class clinician at Western Kentucky University. Jeanne resides in Chittenango, NY with her husband and three children, and maintains an active private flute studio.