Flutist Anna Urrey is a versatile solo, chamber, and orchestral musician based in New York City. She joined the Washington Heights Chamber Orchestra in 2015 as Principal Flute, and has performed with the International Contemporary Ensemble, The Knights, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, New Haven Symphony Orchestra, American Symphony Orchestra, Mark Morris Dance Company, and NOVUS NY. Most recent recording projects include feature films Radium Girls, Little Women, and Goodnight Mommy, and she played Principal Flute in the Experiential Orchestra's GRAMMY-winning recording of Dame Ethel Smyth's work, The Prison. As a member of Frisson and Co-Artistic Director of the Exponential Ensemble, she is passionate about chamber music and curating concert/educational programs. A dedicated educator, Anna is a NY Teaching Artist, a Wm. S. Haynes Collaborative Ambassador and is on faculty at the Marymount School. She earned her Master of Music and Performance Certificate from the Manhattan School of Music and Bachelor of Music from Rutgers University, where she graduated magna cum laude and was the recipient of the Outstanding Achievement Award in Performance.