Britta Bauer qualified as a professor for flute at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg. She also teaches children and young people with passion in the "Leopold Mozart" institute for highly gifted students and in the "Pre College" of the Mozarteum. Your students are winners of international competitions. Since 2007 she has been a regular guest lecturer for flute and chamber music at the international Payerbach master classes (Lower Austria), holds seminars, courses and workshops at home and abroad, such as. at the international flute festivals of the German Flute Society, and since summer 2016 at the Austrian Master Classes in Zell an der Pram. Lively concert activity accompanies her artistic career. She was solo flutist in Bonn for 7 years. Solo concerts with the Duisburg Symphony Orchestra, the Rheinische Philharmonie Koblenz and the baroque ensemble Rheinklang Cologne. Her concert tours have taken her as a soloist to festivals such as Wiener Festwochen, Uferlichter, Rheingau Festival and to countries such as Germany, Austria, Bolivia, Poland and Norway. With their "SIRIUS Trio" they are touring Europe very successfully. Britta Bauer has an international artistic and scientific training in the flute, music education, medicine and educational science. Her study locations were Bonn, Cologne, Berlin, Paris and Salzburg. For several years she studied in Paris at the Conservatoire National Supérieur in the class of Pierre-Yves Artaud, where she received important impulses for the interpretation of French "fin de siècle" music. Britta Bauer's previous medical education means that the "bodyinstrument" relationship is an important part of her pedagogical work in flute lessons. She also completed training in "Musicians' medicine and music physiology in everyday artistic life" and developed a concept specifically for flute lessons: "The Body Sounds ". She has already been invited to international seminars. Britta Bauer is a committed jury member at international competitions and expert reviewer for flute at the German Music Council, as well as an author in music education journals. In 2017, Schott Verlag published the new "Student Edition" of Emil Kronke's "Kolibris" with pedagogical information on how to develop them in class. Britta Bauer is a board member of the "German Fluty Society", a member of the board of trustees of the "ELLI" music foundation, and a German representative in the "International Flute Council". In summer 2020 she completed her habilitation at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg.