Sally Shorrock

Flute

Sally Shorrock grew up in a musical family, her father being a jazz trumpet aficionado, as well as her uncle singing lead tenor with the New York City Opera. Her first CD with Canta Libre Chamber Ensemble was named top U. S. release by BBC Music in March of 2011. Ms. Shorrock has served as a member of the honors program faculty and continues to serve on the music faculty of St. Joseph’s College. She is the former and first director of the St. Joseph’s College Council for the Arts in Patchogue. Her musical passion is focused on the publicly and privately supported Canta Libre Chamber Ensemble, which she founded and directs. Her appearances include Lincoln Center, The Green Space at WNYC Public Radio, The Music Festival of the Hamptons, Barge Music, Concerts at One at Trinity Church in Manhattan, Channel 21 Public Television and WLIU public radio. She has been featured at The Bard College Now and Present Contemporary Music Festival, The Illinois Philharmonic, Mannes College, and at Long Island University’s summer music festival at C.W. Post. After completing a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy at Gettysburg College, Ms. Shorrock completed a music degree at Stony Brook University. Her Master’s Degree in Performance was granted by Purchase College Conservatory of Music in 2002

Sally Shorrock