Andrea Maurer has a Master’s degree in Music Performance from Rice University. Her teachers include Jeffrey Khaner (Philadelphia Orchestra), Albert Tipton, and Ervin Monroe (Detroit Symphony Orchestra). She has played in the Pasadena Woodwind Quintet, Los Angeles Korean Philharmonic and the Birmingham-Bloomfield Symphony. Andrea was sponsored by the United States Information Service to perform as a soloist in Mumbai, India. While there she also studied Indian flute. She has performed in Master Classes of Julius Baker, Robert Dick, Bonita Boyd, Michel Debost, Louis Moyse, and Frances Blaisdell. She currently performs with the Academy Chamber Society, Doylestown Symphonic Winds, Old York Road Symphony, Delaware Valley Wind Symphony and the Delaware Valley Winds Woodwind Quintet. Andrea is active as a chamber musician and frequently appears as a guest soloist, most recently at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia. She teaches flute at George School and privately.