Byron Petty Lecturer, Applied Flute
Wilson Hall 3038
Byron W. Petty, flutist, pianist, composer, and conductor, holds a Bachelor of Music degree in flute performance from the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University, studying with the renowned flutist Britton Johnson, and has taught at Roanoke College, VA and Southern Virginia University. He is currently a Lecturer in Music (flute) at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, VA, where he has taught courses in Composition and Musical Analysis as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Music. Petty has performed as a flutist and concert/chamber pianist at many venues and universities in the Eastern U.S. and Japan. He appears on several CDs performing on both the modern flute and a 1-key boxwood traverse flute - available through PARMA Records, Navona and Ravello labels.