Catherine Bull is co-founder and principal flutist of both Harmonie Universelle and the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra. She holds the Bachelor of Music with Honors degree from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, where she wrote her thesis under the direction of William S. Newman, and Master’s degrees in Early Music from the New England Conservatory and in modern flute from the University of Alabama. Her baroque-flute teachers include Wilbert Hazelzet and Nicholas McGegan, and participated in masterclasses with Frans Brüggen and Bart Kuijken. As a modern flutist she has worked with Peter Lloyd, Severino Gazzelloni, and William Bennett. Most recently she studied with Frank Theuns with a fellowship from the King Baudouin Foundation of Belgium. Other fellowships that she has received included those from the Rotary International Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. Together with harpsichordist Daniel Pyle she has performed at the Early Music Festivals of Utrecht, Boston, and Berkeley (California).