Beverly Pugh-Corry

BEVERLY PUGH, flutist, studied at the Paris Conservatory of Music, Academie International, Nice, France; Indiana University; and with Marcel Moyse. Her teaching experience includes positions at Rutgers University and Perkins Center for the Arts. 

Students of Beverly Pugh have gone on to prestigious music schools including The Jiulliard School of Music (NYC),Oberlin Conservatory and Boston Conservatory of Music.

She is cofounder and board member of the Flute Society of Greater Philadelphia and is president of Beverly's Pan Flutes. Her unique solo performances using various flutes have taken her to Avery Fisher Hall, NY; Kleinen Goldenen Saal in Augsburg, Germany; and many other locations. Pugh is a member of the Bay-Atlantic Symphonas well as has soloed with the orchestra.

Beverly is owner of Beverly`s Pan Flutes, which distributes pan flutes nationally. A recent accomplishment was her premier of “The Long Road” by South Jersey composer Frank James Staneck for Solo Pan Flute and Orchestra with the Philharmonic of Southern New Jersey and the band arrangement of the same work with the Tri-County Symphonic Band, NJ. Beverly Pugh was featured guest soloist and class leader for both the prestigious Bemidji Band Camp (Bemidji State University, Minnesota), the summer program “White Mountain Flute Conservatory” (Bethlehem, New Hampshire) from August 2005 through 2014.