Boston flutist, Sarah Brady, called “enchanting” (Boston Globe) and “clairvoyantly sensitive” (New Music Connoisseur), is principal flute with the Boston Modern Orchestra Project and Opera Boston, and appears with the Boston Ballet, Portland Symphony Orchestra, Firebird Ensemble, Boston Musica Viva, Brave New Works and the Radius Ensemble. She has premiered and recorded new music from many of today’s leading composers, including new music commissioned by Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Project. Sarah has been a prize winner at the National Flute Association’s 2006 Young Artist Competition, the Pappoutsakis Competition as well as a finalist in the Myrna Brown and Heida Hermann Competition. As a soloist, Sarah enjoyed a sold out debut at Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Hall with pianist Oxana Yablonskaya. Her solo, chamber and orchestral recordings can be heard on the Albany, Naxos, Oxingale and Cantaloupe labels. Sarah teaches at Boston Conservatory and the University of Massachusetts at Lowell.