Caroline Ulrich is Principal Flute with the GSO and 2nd Flute with The Spartanburg Philharmonic. She has performed numerous solo and small ensemble recitals both as a part of the GSO Spotlight Series and at other venues. She has also held positions with Springfield (IL) Symphony, Asheville Symphony, and Augusta Opera, and has been a sub throughout the Southeast and Midwest. Ms. Ulrich was thrilled to be featured as a soloist with the Greenville Symphony Chamber Orchestra in the 2009-2010 season performances of the Renaissance Concerto by Lukas Foss.
Along with her active performing schedule, she is flute instructor at the South Carolina Governor’s School for Arts and Humanities where she has been on faculty since 2001. Previous appointments include teaching positions at Clemson University, Luther College, Mars Hill, and Western Carolina University.
Caroline earned her Master and Doctor of Music degrees from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, and her Bachelor of Music degree from Florida State University. Her teachers have included Charles DeLaney, Alexander Murray, Felix Skowronek, and Carl Hall. She has performed in master classes given by Kyril Magg, William Bennet, and Paula Robinson.