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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 is the flutist with the Christiana Winds, the faculty
woodwind quintet at UD. The quintet has been invited to appear at an
international chamber music festival in Malta in 2021. Ms. Grycky performed
throughout the United States and in France and Belgium as a member of the
Taggart-Grycky Flute and Guitar Duo. Both the quintet and the duo have been
active in commissioning many new works by composers including Robert Maggio,
Daniel Dorff, Cynthia Folio, Peter Flint and Jennifer Margaret Barker. Ms.
Grycky helped to commission works by Amanda Harberg and Roger Zare. In 2018 she
performed Zare’s Zodiacal Light at the National Association of College
Wind and Percussion Instructors convention in Vancouver, Canada.
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 Taggart-Grycky Duo, the Christiana Winds and the Delaware Symphony.
Ms. Grycky was recently invited to become a member of the
Serafin Ensemble, a group of international performers who present chamber works
for up to eight players.
Ms. Grycky is a frequent performer at the National Flute
Association conventions. She 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, minorities
and under-represented populations. At UD she is the founder and artistic
director of a concert series, Tiger Lily Music: Celebrating the Works
of Women, African American, and Latino Composers.
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 2009 she was awarded an Established Artist
Fellowship by the Delaware State Arts Council. Ms. Grycky is a graduate of the
Oberlin Conservatory and the New England Conservatory.
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