Eric Ruyle earned a bachelors in Jazz Studies from McNeese State University, received a Masters from Youngstown State University in Woodwind Specialist, and did graduate work in Ethnomusicology at Kent State. He has performed in Mexico, Canada, Europe, and throughout the United States. A top call, Eric has worked with a wide variety of internationally known artists. He has performed in a wide gamet of styles/groups: Symphony Orchestras to Klezmer, Jazz to Salsa, Rock to Broadway, and everything in between. His articles have been in such national journals as The Instrumentalist and Flute Talk. Teaching for over twenty-five years, he is currently on faculty at Lonestar Community College System. 

On this site you will find some of my articles, books (including Fun with Flute Harmonics, information from TMEA clinics, and videos.