In 2002, she co-founded Sticks and Tones, with her pianist/composer husband, Henry Flurry. The group, also a Roster Member of the Arizona Commission on the Arts, tours and performs across the Southwest.
Ms. Flurry is a co-founder of Chaparral Arts, Inc., a non-profit organization supporting the arts in Arizona. She is also founder and artistic director of the Chaparral MusicFest, a music festival incorporating contemporary music of all styles. She brings the artistic, organizational, marketing, and customer service skills from running a music festival to her relationships with orchestras when she is invited as the soloist.
Ms. Flurry's Flint Symphony performance of Tan Dun’s Water Concerto for Water Percussion and Orchestra
was called "captivating, as indicated by the standing ovation" by the Flint Journal. After her Spokane Symphony performance, the Spokesman Review declared Ms. Flurry "a brilliant advocate for Tan's music." She has also performed the “Water Concerto” with the Tucson Chamber Orchestra and the Flagstaff Symphony. She is listed among significant performances of this work on Tan Dun’s website.
In October 2006, Ms. Flurry premiered Kenneth LaFave's “Canto de Alba,” a concerto for world percussion and chamber orchestra she commissioned. She performed it again on Chaparral MusicFest as well as with the Phoenix-based orchestra, MusicNova.
Ms. Flurry commissioned Impulso: Concerto for Marimba, Flamenco Guitar, and Dancer
, a work from co-composers, Henry Flurry and Chris Burton-Jácome. It has been performed in St. Louis and Phoenix.
In April 2017, she premiered Henry Flurry’s Ragtime Dances for Marimba and Orchestra
with the Prescott Chamber Orchestra.