/ Master Class Series! Welcome, CYNTHIA MEYERS

Please join us for a BYSO Chamber Music Master Class Series with CYNTHIA MEYERS, PICCOLO SUNDAY, APRIL 23rd from 9-11am at the Boston University’s College of Fine Arts - Marshall Room This event is Free and Open to the Public - click here to reserve a spot
Cynthia Meyers joined the Boston Symphony Orchestra as its piccolo player in the autumn of 2006, occupying the Evelyn and C. Charles Marran Chair. Before coming to Boston she served as principal piccolo of the Houston Symphony for nine years under the direction of Christoph Eschenbach and Hans Graf. Currently a faculty member at the New England Conservatory of Music, she earned her bachelor of fine arts degree at Carnegie Mellon University and completed her master of music degree at the Cleveland Institute of Music as a student of Jeffrey Khaner, principal flutist of the Philadelphia Orchestra. Besides playing with the BSO, Ms. Meyers has performed with the Minnesota Orchestra, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and at the Grand Teton Music Festival.
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