Deborah Scarazzo teaches flute, clarinet, saxophone, and beginning piano. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Music with a concentration in flute performance from the University of Denver. She continued her graduate studies in flute performance at DePaul University and earned her Master's Degree in Music Education from Columbus State University. She has studied with Wilfred Kujla (Chicago Symphony), Vicky Grenier and Donald Peck (Chicago Symphony), Pamela Ednsley and Elaine Lenicheck (Denver Symphony), Paul Hockstad (Univ. of Denver), Warren Little (Atlanta Symphony), and Carl Hall (Atlanta Symphony).
Deborah currently directs the Joyful Noise Home School Bands, the McGinnis Woods Country Day School beginning and intermediate bands, Kings Academy beginning band, West Forsyth High School Flute Ensemble, and serves as the Children's Choir & Christian Education director at Christ The King Lutheran Church in Cumming, GA. She was the band director at St. Jeanne d'Arc Catholic School in Lowell, MA for 3 years as well as the music director at Trinity Lutheran Church in Lowell, MA. Deborah was also the band director at St. Patrick's Catholic School in Pelham, NH for 3 years. She has over 20 years teaching experience with private flute instruction. Deborah taught at Reinhardt College for 10 years and 3 years at North Georgia College & State University. She is a member of several professional organizations including the National Flute Association, the Atlanta Flute Club, and the Georgia Music Educators Association.