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Gretchen Pusch, flute

 
    Flutist Gretchen Pusch made her Carnegie Recital Hall debut as winner of the Artist International Competition. She has appeared frequently in recital and as concerto soloist in North America, Europe and Asia.
    A member of the Dorian Wind Quintet, she has also collaborated in chamber music concerts with Peter Schickele, Anthony Newman, Maxence Larrieu and Paula Robison, among others. She has also performed with the American Symphony, American Composers Orchestra, Brooklyn Philharmonic, New Jersey Symphony, Philharmonia Virtuosi and on Broadway.
    Pusch has been heard on radio, television and recordings for CRI, VAI, Panasonic, Summit, Innova, Mode and Windham Hill. Formerly on the faculty of Rutgers University, she currently serves on the flute faculty of the Juilliard School’s Music Advancement Program and the International Festival Institute at Round Top and is a teaching artist for several fellowship outreach programs. She served on the jury of the 2011 Maxence Larrieu International Flute Competition in Nice, France.
    Pusch is a graduate of Boston University and studied with Julius Baker, James Pappoutsakis and Keith Underwood.