If you've seen a movie in the last ten years, you've probably heard the flute styles of Geri Rotella.  She has appeared on numerous soundtracks, including August Rush, Blades of Glory, Bobby, Bobby Jones:  Stroke of Genius, Bridge to Terabithia, Bruce Almighty, Dark Water, The Day after Tomorrow, Dreamer, Eight Legged Freaks, Flight of the Phoenix, Gigli, House of Sand and Fog, Inside Man, I, Robot, Jeepers Creepers 2, King Kong (2005), The Kite Runner, The Legend of Zorro, Life as a House, The New World, Panic Room, Peter Pan (2003), Pirates of the Caribbean:  At World's End, Signs, The Skeleton Key, Spanglish, Steamboy, Stop Blink Look, Tackle Box, The Village, War of the Worlds (2005), and The World's Fastest Indian.  How, then, did she find time to record with Vanessa Carlton, Harry Connick, Jr., Placido Domingo, Al Kasha, Mark Masri, Brian McKnight, Sharon, Lois & Bram, Frank Sinatra, and Tony Williams?  In 2002, Geri appeared on Dennis James' Cristal - Glass Music through the Ages and John Lithgow's Farkle & Friends.  A year later, she was performing in concert with the Los Angeles Master Chorale at Walt Disney Concert Hall in a program of music ranging from 20th-century composers John Adams and Bobby McFerrin to Bach.  She also appeared on a compilation album entitled Sci-Fi in Hi-Fi.  This versatile flautist even appears on video games:  You may have been mesmerized by her woodwinds on Destroy All Humans! and/or Spider-Man 2.  She's even got Broadway covered:  She appears on the 1995 original cast album of Jekyll & Hyde


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