At age 20, virtuoso flutist Maron Khoury became the youngest musician to join the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Born in Nazareth, Israel, to a musical family, Khoury started playing the flute at the age of 11. Three years later, he was admitted to the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia to study with renowned flutist Jeffrey Khaner.
Prior to his enrollment at the Curtis Institute, Khoury studied with Eyal Ein-Habar (Principal Flutist of the Israel Philharmonic), Sara Andon (Idyllwild Arts Academy), and David Shostak (Principal Flutist of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra.)
Khoury has performed numerous concerts and recitals throughout the U.S. and Europe and has a long list of invitations to lead workshops. He has performed with The West-Eastern Divan Orchestra under the direction of renown conductor Daniel Barenboim. He has participated at AIMS festival- The American Institute of Music. Khoury has been a participant of the New York Mostly Mozart festival since 2014. He has performed at The Lake Tahoe summer festival, and has performed as soloist with iPalpiti Festival among others.