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Scott Goff, principal flute of the Seattle Symphony and Opera for 42 seasons, recently retired from those organizations in 2011. For 25 years he was also principal flute of the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra in New York City, frequently appearing as soloist on Live From Lincoln Center broadcasts. Before returning to Seattle he was associate principal flute of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. He has appeared as soloist with these organisations in concert on numerous occasions and is principal flute for virtually all of the Seattle Symphony’s recordings to date. A student of Julius Baker at Juilliard, Goff had undertaken earlier studies at the University of Washington with then Seattle Symphony principal flutes Sidney Zeitlin and Felix Skowronek and longtime Seattle Symphony principal flute Frank Horsfall.

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