A versatile flutist, Matthew Angelo is an active orchestral, chamber, and solo performer. Currently based in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, he has given performances internationally and across the United States in venues such as the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, the Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris, and the Cité International des Arts. Matthew has performed live on WDIY, the Lehigh Valley’s local NPR station. He has performed with the Pennsylvania Philharmonic, Bay-Atlantic Symphony, the Hartford Independent Chamber Orchestra, and is the second flutist of the Liberty Wind Symphony. An active chamber musician, Matthew is a founding member of the Manor Winds woodwind quintet based in Lancaster, PA. Performing extensively throughout southeastern Pennsylvania, Manor Winds has given 20 performances in the ensemble's first two years.
Matthew is a performing artist and founding member of the Maryland Wind Festival and regularly collaborates with flutists Mary Matthews and Nicole Chamberlain. In early 2018, Matthew, Mary, and Nicole released their debut album Three-Nine Line on the MSR Classics label, featuring original music by Nicole Chamberlain. In 2015 he was invited to perform at the annual Navy Band International Saxophone Symposium in Winchester, VA and in 2016 at the National Flute Association Convention in San Diego, CA. He will be performing at the 2018 NFA Convention in Orlando, FL this summer. A strong advocate of new music, he has been involved in fifteen world premiere performances. His principal teachers include Janet Arms and Dr. Kimberly Reighley.