Ms. Alycia Hugo, flute
M.M., New England Conservatory of Music
B.M., New England Conservatory of Music
Office: Fine Arts 102
Contact Ms. Hugo at 434-582-2318
Courses taught at Liberty University:
MUSC 151, 251, 351, 451 (private flute instruction)
Alycia Hugo earned her Bachelor of Music (with honors) and Master in Flute Performance degrees at New England Conservatory in Boston. Her teachers have included John Wummer (NYPO), the legendary James Pappoutsakis (BSO), piccolo specialist Lois Schaefer (BSO), and Marjorie Lockwood (Phoenix Symphony Orchestra). She is a four-time winner of the National Flute Association Convention Performers Professional Flutist Competition, achieving special recognition for her skills as a performer of twentieth century music. Ms. Hugo has also been a finalist in the Myrna Brown Artist Competition in Dallas, Texas. As a member of the Hugo/Garat Trio, she performed in recital at the Debussy birthplace in St. Germaine-en-Laye and with the Kandinsky Trio performed in recital at Roanoke College. She spent two summers performing with the Rome Festival Orchestra, and is former principal flutist of the Wintergreen Festival Orchestra. She has been featured soloist with both the Roanoke and Lynchburg Symphony Orchestras as well as several orchestras in New England. Alycia currently serves on the performance faculties of Liberty University, Lynchburg College and Randolph College and is principal flutist of the Lynchburg and Roanoke Symphony Orchestras.