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Pamela Endsley is the former Principal Flutist with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra (formerly the Denver Symphony). At the age of 18 she was selected to appear as a soloist with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. She subsequently studied with Bernard Goldberg, the principal flutist of that orchestra, and received her degree in flute performance from Duquesne University. Additional Studies were conducted with Marcel Moyse at the Marlboro Festival.
After performing briefly with the Pittsburgh Symphony and Opera Orchestras, she was appointed to the Denver Symphony. She has also served as principal flutist with the Wheeling Symphony, the American Symphony Orchestra League?s Conductors Institute, Central City Opera, American Ballet Theater, and the Colorado Music Festival. In her career she has played recitals and taught master classes throughout the United States and Japan. In addition to being a frequent soloist with the CSO, she has appeared as a soloist with flutist Jean-Pierre Rampal and soprano Beverly Sills, and has performed and recorded with many leading conductors including William Steinberg, Eugene Ormandy, Sixten Ehrling and Aaron Copland. She is currently the instructor of flute at the Lamont School of Music at the University of Denver.