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Eileen Grycky, professor of flute at the University of Delaware School of Music, is a recipient of the University’s Excellence in Teaching Award. She performs with two resident ensembles at the School of Music: Tiger Lily Trio (flute, clarinet, and piano) and the Christiana Winds. The Tiger Lily Trio is dedicated to performing the works of underrepresented composers and has presented concerts throughout the U.S., in Canada, and at the Victoria International Arts Festival in Malta. The trio’s video recording of “Ocean of Glass,” a work they commissioned by composer Jennifer Margaret Barker, was a finalist for the American Prize in Virtual Performance.
Ms. Grycky is a member of the orchestra of the Opera Philadelphia and the Delaware Symphony. In addition, she maintains a busy performing and recording schedule with Brandywine Baroque, a noted period instrument ensemble in Delaware that has appeared at the Boston Early Music Festival. She has also performed as a Baroque flutist with the Dorian Baroque in New York City. She appears on many recordings with the Brandywine Baroque as well as on recordings with the Christiana Winds, the Taggart-Grycky Flute Guitar Duo, and the Delaware Symphony.
In 2019 Ms. Grycky became a member of the Serafin Ensemble, a group of international performers who present chamber works for up to eight players throughout the state of Delaware.
A frequent performer at the National Flute Association convention, Ms. Grycky has served on the NFA’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee and has appeared as a panelist for the committee at several conventions. Ms. Grycky is a strong proponent of the music of women, and marginalized composers. At UD she is the founder and artistic director of a concert series, Tiger Lily Music: Celebrating the Works of Women and Composers of Color. Ms. Grycky has performed as soloist on several occasions with the DSO, the Mozart Orchestra of Philadelphia, Ensãmble American in New Jersey, the Newark Symphony in Delaware, and the UD Wind Ensemble. She has been a frequent substitute in the Philadelphia Orchestra. In 2015 she was awarded an Established Artist Fellowship by the Delaware State Arts Council. A member of Phi Kappa Phi, Ms. Grycky is a graduate of the Oberlin Conservatory and the New England Conservatory.
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