Former Principal Flute of Knoxville Symphony Orchestra

Friday, March 31, 2017

SKP Studio
227 Van Orden Ave.
Leonia NJ, 07605

Nadine Hur made her debut with the Honolulu Symphony at age 11 and has concertized in Europe, Asia, and throughout the US. She has performed at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center, and the Library of Congress. Formerly principal flutist of the Knoxville Symphony, she has performed with the Boston Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra, Minnesota Orchestra, and St. Louis Symphony. As a founding member of the Zephyros Quintet, she was awarded both the grand and first prizes in the Fischolff National Chamber Music Competition. A longtime student of Julius Baker and Jeffery Khaner, she studied at the Curtis Institute of Music and earned a Master of Music degree from the Julliard School. She later earned Julliard's professional studies certificate under Jeanne Baxtresser and studied privately with Keith Underwood.