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Michelle Li


Flutist Michelle Li graduated from Binghamton University in 2017, earning a B.A. in Music with Highest Honors and a B.A. in English Literature and Creative Writing. At Binghamton, Michelle was Co-Principal Flute of the Binghamton University Symphony Orchestra, and she performed frequently on flute studio recitals, Mid-Day Concerts sponsored by the music department, performance classes, and on and off campus with various flute chamber ensembles.

In 2016, Michelle made her orchestral debut with the Binghamton University Symphony Orchestra as a winner of the university’s Concerto Competition. Michelle values collaboration and is a member of several chamber groups. She co-founded DuoMotive with pianist Michael McAndrew, a flute and piano chamber duo focusing on contemporary music and commissions, and the duo premiered ""Lost and Found"" by award-winning composer Nathan Scalise in July 2018. Most recently, Michelle has placed in several competitions with the Acronite Flute Quartet.

As a teacher, Michelle is enthusiastic, encouraging, and quick to diagnose and resolve issues and questions that students may have. Students have stated that Michelle is open to ideas, offers good practice and pedagogical techniques, is encouraging, and leaves students feeling more confident in themselves.

Michelle currently studies with Nina Assimakopoulos at West Virginia University, where she has performed with the Symphony Orchestra and Wind Symphony. Past instructors include Georgetta Maiolo and Dr. Angela McBrearty.

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