Louise Di Tullio

America flute player. A former member of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, she played flute and solo piccolo with that orchestra for six years before resigning in 1966. Continued her career as a free-lance musician for motion picture and television orchestras. Won the 'Most Valuable Player Award' for the years 1975-1978, awarded by the Los Angeles Chapter of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. In 1980 she was solo flutist fro the Pasadena Symphony, the California Chamber Symphony, and the Orchestra. She has recorded for Columbia Records as first flute with the Columbia Symphony.
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