Flutist Patricia Zuber has performed with many major orchestras in the New York area. She has appeared with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra at Lincoln Center, having performed with them at Carnegie Hall, on live high-definition broadcasts to theaters across the globe, on tour in Japan, and in the Grammy Award winning DVD’s of the Met’s Ring Cycle by Richard Wagner and Dr. Atomic by John Adams. In the New York City area she has performed with the American Symphony Orchestra, New York City Opera, New York City Ballet, American Composers Orchestra, New Jersey Symphony, and the Westchester Philharmonic. She also performs on Broadway, currently in The King and I, previously in productions of Beauty and the Beast, Candide, Swan Lake, Jekyll and Hyde, Ragtime, and La Boheme. She is piccoloist with the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic, with which she has appeared as a concerto soloist. Ms. Zuber is an avid recitalist, performing solo recitals as well as chamber music. She performs regularly in a flute/percussion duo with her husband, percussionist Gregory Zuber. Together they have commissioned over twenty works for flute and marimba, greatly expanding the repertoire of this combination of instruments. She has taught at the Chamber Music Conference and Composers’ Forum of the East at Bennington College, Vermont, and at the Verbier Music Festival in Verbier, Switzerland. She currently teaches at the Dwight-Englewood School. She performs in the summer with the Santa Fe Opera. She is the president of the New York Flute Club.