Flutist Matthew Angelo is an active orchestral, chamber, and solo performer currently based in Easton, Pennsylvania, where he serves as the Orchestra Operations and Personnel Manager for the Allentown Symphony Orchestra. Matthew has given performances across the United States as well as France, the Czech Republic, and China. He has performed with the Reading Symphony Orchestra, Delaware Symphony Orchestra, Bay-Atlantic Symphony, Philadelphia Festival Symphony Orchestra, Pocono Pops, Pennsylvania Philharmonic, the Hartford Independent Chamber Orchestra, and is a flutist with the Liberty Wind Symphony.
An active chamber musician, Matthew is a performing artist and founding member of the Maryland Wind Festival and Maryland Chamber Winds as well as the Manor Winds quintet. In 2018 he released a debut album, Three-Nine Line, on the MSR Classics label with flutists Mary Matthews and Nicole Chamberlain. The album features original works by Nicole Chamberlain and has been spotlighted on NPR stations WDIY 88.1FM (Lehigh Valley) and WABE 90.1 FM (Atlanta). One of Matthew's tracks, Lilliputian for piccolo and music box, has been described as “a highlight of the CD” (Flutist Quarterly), stating that “his tone is sweet and pure, and interpretation effectively straightforward.” Matthew has been invited to perform at the 2016 & 2018 National Flute Association Conventions and has been a guest clinician with the Chester County and York Youth Symphonies.
His principal teachers include Dr. Kimberly Reighley and Janet Arms. Please visit www.MatthewJAngeloFlutist.com for more information.