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Michael Alampi is a multifaceted musician based in the New York tri-state area. He holds a Bachelor of Music and LRAM Teaching Diploma from the Royal Academy of Music and Masters degree from Mannes School of Music. Currently, Michael is a freelance musician and adjunct faculty at Queens College Aaron Copland School of Music. He has appeared in concerts and recitals throughout the United Kingdom, Europe, and North America including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Wigmore Hall, Palacio Festivales, United Theatre, Discovery Time Square and more.


As an orchestral musician, he has played with Aspen Festival Orchestra, New Jersey Festival Orchestra, American Symphony Orchestra, Symphony in C, Parlando Orchestra, Harlem Chamber Players, American Bach Festival, Phoenicia International Festival, New England Symphonic Ensemble, Binghamton Philharmonic, Camerata New Jersey, Chamber Orchestra of New York, the Arch Sinfonia, Nash Ensemble, World Peace Orchestra and as principal flute with Orquesta Sinfónica Freixenet del Encuentro in Spain under maestro Krzysztof Penderecki among others.


A former prize winner of Yamaha Young Performing Artists Competition and recipient of the Jo Weinburg Award. Michael is an Altus Performing Artist. Michael has presented masterclasses and lectures at University of Arkansas Fort Smith, Stephen F. Austin State University, Monmouth Conservatory of Music, and Yamaha Conservatory of Music. 

His principal flute mentors have included Michael Cox, Judith Mendenhall, Elizabeth Mann, Karen Jones, Linda Chesis, Michael Parloff, Laura George, Helen Keen (piccolo), Patricia Morris (piccolo) and Lisa Beznosiuk (Baroque flute).

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