“Assimakopoulos has not just perfect technique and total breath control but supreme intelligent, elegant phrasing; broad tone color; lyricism; a full range of dynamic expression; and above all STYLE that paints the differences from Bach to Bartok...”

                                                                                                                          Gil French, American Record Guide



SEAMUS (Society For Electroacoustic Music in the United States) Conference, February 14

The Laureate Quintet, Recital, WVU, March 14

WVU Faculty Chamber Players, WVU Bloch Hall, March 15

WVU Faculty Chamber Players, John Marshall High School, Glen Dale, WV, March 16

Florida State University, Solo Guest Artist Recital, March 18

Luther College, Solo Guest Artist Recital, April 25

New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival, Abroms Art Center, NYC, June 18

Bovec Orkesterkamp Music Festival, Bovec, Slovenia, July 19-24

International BIBAC Conference (Building Interdisciplinary Bridges Across Cultures),  University of Cambridge, UK, July 29-31

National Flute Association Conference, Sand Diego, CA, August 14

Colorado State University, Solo Guest Artist Recital, September 21

University of Colorado, Boulder, Solo Guest Artist Recital, September 22

University of Northern Colorado, Solo Guest Artist Recital, September 19

Nina Assimakopoulos and Lorna McGhee Recital, Music at the Monastery, Pittsburgh, PA October 15

Nina Assimakopoulos Faculty Recital, WVU, Bloch Hall, October 23

Laureate Quintet Recital, WVU Boch Hall, October 31

Mozart Flute and Harp Concerto, WVU Sympohny Orchestra, WVU, Clay Theatre, November 17


WVU Faculty Chamber Players, WVU, February 2

WVU Faculty Chamber Players, Penn State University, February 3

WVU Faculty Chamber Players, Penn State University, February 3

WVU Faculty Chamber Players, Moon High School, February 4

WVU Faculty Chamber Players, Northgate High School, February 4

New York Flute Club Conference, Solo Performance, Columbia University, March 14

International Festival of Flutists, Lima Peru, Key note Artist, Performances, May 25-29

New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival, Abroms Art Center, NYC, June 27

International Flute Symposium, WVU, Morgantown, WV, Recital, July 15

Lawrence University, Guest Artist Recital May 12

Faculty Recital with Andrew Kohn, (includes world premiere performance)

WVU September 27

Greater Cleveland Flute Society, Key Note Artist, Masterclass, October 18

Dusquesne University Guest Artist Recital, November 2

Becket Arts Series, with Allie Hamilton, Morgantown, WV, November 22

The Village at Heritage Point, Recital with Andrea Houde, November 15

Faculty Recital, with Andrea Houde, WVU, November 17

The Laureate Quintet, WVU, December 6


University of North Texas, February 12, 2014

Texas Christian University, February 14, 2014

Seoul University School of Music, Seoul, South Korea, May 16

Mokqon University School of Music, Seoul, South Korea, May 20

Franz Liszt Academy of Music, Seoul, South Korea, May 21

Korean Flute Association, Key Note Artist, Seoul, South Korea, May 23-26

The John F. Kennedy Center, Millennium Stage, DC, Guest Artist Recital July 15

National Flute Association Convention, Solo Performance, August 7

International Flute Symposium at West Virginia University, July 16-22

BIBAC Conference (Building Interdisciplinary Bridges Across Cultures), University of Cambridge, UK, October 23-26


Laureate Quintet, Becket Series, Morgantown, WV, January 27

University of New Hampshire, February 1

Boston Flute Academy, February 2

Iowa Flute Festival, Key Note Artist, February 23

WVU Spring Flute Fling, March 10

WVU Chamber Players, Ben Avon, PA, March 11

WVU Chamber Players, Mt. Lebanon High School, PA, March 11

WVU Chamber Players, WVU, Morgantown, WV, March 12

Flute, Violin, Harp Recital, Becket Arts Series, Morgantown, WV with Christine Mazza and Mikyla McTeer, March 17

Solo Guest Artist Recital, Mozarteum, Salzburg, Austria, May 12, (Austrian Premiere of Five American works)

Solo Guest Artist Recital, Ljubliana Conservatory of Music and Ballet, Slovenia, May 18 (Slovenian Premiere of  Five American Works)

Guest Artist Recital, Munich Academy of Music and Theatre, Germany, May 21 (German Premiere of Four American works

International Double Bass Convenstion, Eastman School of Music, Flute and Bass Performance with Andrew Kohn, June 6

91.9fm WUOT, University of Tennessee Performance Broadcast, May 10

International Flute Symposium at West Virginia University July 16-22

National Flute Association Convention, New Orleans, Solo Performance, August9

WVU Faculty Recital, Nina Assimakopoulos, August 25

WVU Faculty Recital, Hope Koehler, September 3


Flute Society of Kentucky, 13th Annual Flute Festival, Guest Artist Performer, January 13-14

First Baptist Church Collierville Conservatory Flute Day,

Guest Artist Recital, January 16

Tennessee Tech University, Guest Artist Recital, January 18

Vanderbilt University, Blair School of Music, Guest Artist Recital, January 21

University of Tennessee, Guest Artist Recital, January 20

Mid-Atlantic Flute Fair  (MAFF), Guest Artist Recital, February 18

The Laureate Quintet Recital, WVU, March 19

Virginia Flute Club Festival, Guest Artist Recital, March 31

Faculty Chamber Music Ensemble, WVU, April 3

WVU Spring Flute Fling 2012 Solo Performances, April 21

The Intersection of Jazz and Classical Music, Showcase Recital,

WVU, July 4

International Flute Symposium at West Virginia University, Performances, July 17-23

Faculty Recital with Lynn Hileman, WVU, September 6

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Manfred Honeck Conductor, Substitute, September 21, 22, 23 

University of Iowa School of Music, Guest Artist Recital October 5

Concert of New Music, WVU, October 13

WVU Fall Flute Fling, Solo Performances, October 14

Faculty Recital with Mikyla Mcteer and Lucy Mauro, WVU, October 23

The Laureate Quintet, WVU Recital, October 30

US Premiere Performance, Sofia Gubaidoulina Flute Concerto, WVU Symphony Orchestra, November 15

Faculty Artist Series, Jackie Leclair, Oboe, Faculty Chamber Quintet, Bryan Recital Hall, January 12
Faculty Artist Series, WW Faculty Recital, Faculty Chamber Quartet/ Flute Solos, Bryan Recital Hall, February 8
Faculty Artist Series, Faculty Composer’s Forum, Premiere Performance of “Among Fireflies by Elaine Lillios, Bryan Recital Hall, February 23
Michael Baldwin Student Composer Senior recital, Bryan Recital Hall, March 20
Wright State University, March 2
Arizona State University, School of Music, Guest Artist Recital, March 5
University of Arizona, Guest Artist Recital, March 7
Oklahoma University, Guest Artist Recital, March 8
Oklahoma State University, Guest Artist Recital, March 10
BGSU Spring Flute Fling, March 19

West Virginia University Fall Flute Fling, November 12

Rochester Flute Association,  November 5

Laureate Quintet Recital, West Virginia University, October 31

West Virginia University Symphony Orchestra Concert, October 20

West Virginia University, Faculty Recital, October 18

West Virginia University, New Music Concert, October 15

WVU Fall Flute Fling, Gala Artist Recital, November 12

Laureate Quintet, Jamestown, NY, School District Concert, November 28

Laureate Quintet, Chamber Music at St Luke’s, Brockport, NY, November 29

Laureate Quintet, Williamsville, NY, School District, November 30

MidAmerican Center for Contemporary Music, Kobacker Hall, BGSU, April 10
Eastman School of Music Guest Artist Recital, April 6
University of Michigan, Guest Artist Recital, April 19
"Live From Hochstein" WXXI Live Radio Broadcast Performance, April 7

Faculty WW Quintet with the Symphonic Winds, Kobacker Hall, January 30
New Music Week, Premiere of "Litanies", Bryan Recital Hall, February 4
Faculty Artist Series, "Music and The Canvas", Toledo Museum of Art, September 20
OMEA, Columbus, OH, Faculty Quintet, January 15
Grand Valley University, Guest Artist Recital, February 1
Michigan State University, Guest Artist Recital, February 2
Interlochen Arts Academy Guest, Artist Recital, February 5
BGSU Flute Fest, Gala Concert, April 4
WXXI, Public Radio, Rochester, NY, April 11
Geneseo State University Guest Artist Recital, April 13
Houghton College, Guest Artist Recital, April 14
WOMR Radio, July 7
Traverse City Symphony, Principal Flute, August 12-16
AmBul Festival, Sofia, Bulgaria, October 4-8
Union of Bulgarian Composers, Solo Recital, Sofia, Bulgaria October 5
National Music Academy Sofia, Solo Recital, Sofia, Bulgaria, October 6
Sophia Philharmonic Chamber Hall, Chamber Recital, Sofia Bulgaria, October 7
Academy of Music, Dance, and Visual Arts, Solo Recital, Plovdiv, Bulgaria, October 9

Guest Artist Recital, Interlochen Arts Academy, January 10
Guest Artist Recital, Ohio University, January 29
Guest Artist Recital, University of Colorado, Boulder, March 6
Guest Artist Recital, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, March 7
College of Musical Arts Children's Concerts, "Flute Magic", March 29
Solo Recital, Bibliotheksaal Kloster Andechs, Germany, August 15.
Faculty Artist Series, "Black Anemones" Bryan Hall, September 24
Department of Movement and Dance, "Cornucopia", October 23, 24, 25

University of Akron, January 27
University of North Texas, March 6, 2007
Wood County Public Library, Bowling Green, OH, August 21
Bowling Green State University, College Of Musical Arts, October 14
Manor House, Toledo, OH, October 16
New Music and Art Festival Bowling Green State University, October 19
New Music and Art Festival, Bowling Green State University, October 21
University Illinois at Champagne-Urbana, November 15, 2007
Youngstown State University November 20
Capital University, November 27

Bowling Green State University, College Of Musical Arts, January 28
Interlochen Arts Academy, February 3
Great Lakes Flute Festival, Toledo, OH, May 4
Bowling Green State University, Faculty Artist Series, “Convergence” September 10
The Catholic University Of America, Benjamin T. Rome School of Music, Washington, DC September 22
Sitar Center For The Performing Arts, Washington, DC, September 23
Louisiana State University, College Of Music And Dramatic Arts, October 12

Flute Festival Mid-South, Memphis, TN, March 18
Manor House, Toledo, OH, March 22
Bowling Green State University, Faculty Artist Series,“Kaleidoscope”, March 30
Biola University, Conservatory of Music, Los Angeles, CA, April 30, 2005
National Flute Association, 33 International Flute Convention, CA, August 11
Bowling Green State University, Faculty Artist Series, “Legends, Myth, and Magic”, September 11
Bowling Green State University, Tim Olt Faculty Recital, September 13
Bowling Green State University, with Philharmonia, September 24,
Concerto For Flute in G Major, W.A. Mozart
Bowling Green State University, Faculty Chamber Series,
Trio for Flute, Viola, and Harp, C. Debussy, November 2
Kent State University, Hugh A. Glauser School Of Music, September 19
New Music And Art Festival, Bowling Green State University, October 22
New Music And Art Festival, Bowling Green State University, October 23
Alden Theater,  “Encore Performances”, Falls Church, VA, November, 20

University of California, Berkeley, CA, January 30
Greenwhich House Arts, Renee Weiler Concert Hall NY, February 12
Chamber Music at First, Buffalo, NY, February 22
Live From Hochstein, Rochester NY, WXXI Radio Broadcast, March 31
Music at St. Andrews, Rochester, NY, March 28
Alden Theater, Rising Stars Concert Series, Falls Church, VA, April 4
Somerset Concert Series, Somerset, NJ, April 16
Bridgewater County Library, Family Concerts, April 17
International Flute Summer Course
With International Faculty Peter Lloyd, Robert Dick, And Wissam Boustany,
University of Buffalo, July 5
Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series, WFMT Live Broadcast Recital
Chicago, IL, August
New Music And Art Festival, Bowling Green State University, October 22

1992-2003 HIGHLIGHTS
October 11, 2003: Cornell University, Akwe: Kon Hall, Ithaca, NY
Feb. 21, 2003: Houghton College Symphonic Winds, Kent Kennan “Night Soliloquy”
May 25, 2003: Chamber Music at First, Buffalo NY (Lake Effect Wind Quintet)
June 8 2003: Catholic University of America, Washington, DC
Sept 21 2003: Roberts Wesleyan College, Shewan Hall, Rochester, NY
Sept. 20, 2003: Chamber Music at St.Lukes, Brockport NY
Lunch On Capital Hill, Washington DC 2001
Carnegie Hall, New York Debut, Weill Recital Hall, New York, NY, 2000
The Sheldon, St. Louis, St. Louis, MO. 1999
The Lyceum, Old Town Alexandria 1999, 2000, 2001
Other: Indianapolis; New York; Bloomington; New Hampshire; Portland; Washington D.C.; Alexandria, VA; and St. Louis, MO.
International: Munich, Berlin, Frankfurt, Mannheim, Germany; Romania.


“Nina is one of the few exceptionally talented players who has a natural feeling for music and just as important a real understanding of performance.”

Peter Lloyd, Former principal flute London Symphony Orchestra

Nina’s recital was inspiring, engaging, and a total pleasure to attend.  She has a wonderful ease with an audience as evidenced by her remarks throughout the recital, and her performance was impressive. 

Philip Dikeman, Former Principal Flute Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Assimakopoulos' playing is endowed with such a beautiful sense of line and consistency of tone. I found myself dazzled by her ability to adapt her interpretive approach to the varied repertoire she presented. 

Jonathan Keeble, Internationally Acclaimed Flute Soloist

A poised, colorful, and dynamic flutist, Nina is an effective communicator who puts great thoughts and effort into engaging her audience, both personally and musically.

Nancy Stagnitta Loudenslager, Internationally Acclaimed Flute Soloist

In Buffalo, Nina Assimakopoulos’ concert was striking in many ways. First, her rich, clear and colorful sounds, beautifully articulated, made an immediate impression. As a flutist she is clearly in the upper tier of our profession. Everything is there-rhythm, dynamics, a wealth of colors- all in service of a strong musical intellect, deeply felt.

Robert Dick, Internationally Acclaimed  Contemporary Flute Specialist

Nina Assimakopoulos is an excellent flutist. Her CU recital was filled with virtuosity, beautiful sounds, and interesting repertoire. Nina has a motivated, energetic, and creative manner that permeates her choices both as a teacher and performer.


Christina Jennings, Internationally Acclaimed Flute Soloist

In the hands of Nina Assimakopoulos the flute is a kite,

a nymph, a bolt of lightning.”

Rochester City Paper

Impeccable intonation and superbly fluid flute playing...if one adds to those qualities her radiant presence on stage, it is not difficult to understand why her St. Louis recital was a sensational success.

Minoo Mehta, President Artist Presentation Society

Assimakopoulos guided this sonic world tour with genuine musicianship, excellent technique...and uncommon projection and richness of tone in the flute's lowest register....In this performance the only jury was the audience, and they showered Assimakopoulos with high marks in the form of hearty applause and a lengthy standing ovation.

New York Concert Review, Carnegie Hall Debut 2000

Assimakopoulos...has a beautiful tone and plays expressively.

Flute Talk Magazine, October 2002

Assimakopoulos has a dramatic sense of pacing...from beginning to end she changes styles freely and remains in control of what she is doing musically.

American Record Guide, Johnson (CD, Flute Impressions) 2002

Nina’s artistry, beautiful tone colors, intelligent interpretations, and brilliant stage presence are captivating. She is a wonderful performer and teacher.

Katherine Kemler, Internationally Acclaimed Flute Soloist