Flutist Edward Schultz has been participating in Network for New Music’s adventurous productions from the earliest seasons on. In addition to his work in the contemporary music genre he is the principal flutist for the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, the Pennsylvania Ballet Orchestra, and the Philly Pops. After early studies with Herbert Medsgar, Bernard Goldberg and Jim Walker he graduated from the New England Conservatory in Boston. His studies there with James Pappoutsakis led to a fellowship at the Berkshire Music Center at Tanglewood and an engagement as featured soloist with the Boston Pops under Arthur Fiedler. He has been an active performer as a soloist and an ensemble member in chamber music concerts and orchestral performances in the Philadelphia area since his arrival here in 1977. Mr. Schultz has made recordings for national radio broadcasts and released a CD with harpist Karin Fuller titled Music from France for Flute and Harp. He teaches flute at Swarthmore College.