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Geralyn Coticone

Flute; Piccolo Faculty

Geralyn Coticone earned her B.M., Summa Cum Laude, from Boston University and studied flute with Doriot Anthony Dwyer and Kazuo Tokito.

Coticone served as aecond flute/piccolo for the New York Chamber Symphony (19871988) and The Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra (19871988), and performed piccolo/flute for North Carolina Symphony (1988). Her solo piccolo/flute appearacnes include the National Symphony Orchestra (19881990), the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO/1990–2003) and The Boston Pops (19902003). Coticone has also appeared in the Chamber Prelude Concert Series with National Symphony Orchestra and the BSO. She has been a guest artist at the Casals Festival in San Juan, Puerto Rico. She has also been a concerto soloist with the New York Chamber Symphony, National Symphony Orchestra, Wellesley Symphony and the BSO.

Coticone has been a guest professor and masterclass clinician for the Greater Boston Flute Association, the New England Conservatory (NEC), Boston University, Tanglewood Music Center, Boston University Tanglewood Institute, The Boston Conservatory and the Masterworks Music Festival. Her recordings can be found on labels including Erato, Angel, EMI, Philips, RCA, Sony, Deutsche Grammophon, BMG and Koch. Coticone has given numerous television broadcasts, including the Evening at Pops series, Salute to Symphony and A Capitol Fourth. Member, Scarlet Key Society, Greater Boston Flute Association and the National Flute Association. She is honored to be listed in International Who's Who of Musicians.

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