Nadine Valotta-Badasarian is a private flute, piano and Kindermusik teacher in the Chester Springs, PA area. She began to play the flute and piano at the age of nine. Growing up in a musical household, Nadine excelled in every music program the Cinnaminson School District had to offer. She participated in several bands and choirs within school as well as at the regional and state levels. Nadine was student director of Cinnaminson High School choirs and a member of National Honors Society. Nadine participated in Rowan University’s Concert Band for three years and New Jersey’s Union Band (Local 336) in 2005-2007.

Nadine graduated from West Chester University of PA with honors earning her bachelors degree in music education with a concentration in flute, piano, and music history in 2011. At WCU, Nadine participated in several bands and choirs, as well as the top premiere auditioned ensemble, Wind Ensemble. She recently received the West Chester University of Pennsylvania’s 2011 Senior Teacher Excellence Award and was accepted into Pi Lambda Theta Educator’s Honors Society. Currently Nadine is earning her Masters in Music Education with a concentration in flute performance at WCU. She is Level 2 Certified in Orff (an elementary methodology of teaching music). Nadine also is a Kindermusik Licensed Professional after completing the National Kindermusik Curriculum.

Nadine has been teaching private flute and piano lessons for several years at her home studio, Valotta Studios. In June of 2011 Nadine was recognized by WCU to be a presenter at the Pennsylvania’s Music Teacher’s Association Conference for her innovative teaching styles and educational music games.


Nadine can be personally reached at