Alexis Zingale began her piano studies at the age of four and presented her
first solo recital program at age nine. Ms. Zingale has performed throughout the
U.S. and Canada as soloist and collaborator and is now one of the most actively
sought-after collaborators in New England. She has won numerous awards and
competitions including the Hamden Symphony Orchestra competition in 1991. Ms.
Zingale studied with Leena Kareoja-Crothers and Edward Auer and has had
significant coaching with Vladimir Feltsman. She has performed in masterclasses
with such artists as Boris Berman, Peter Frankl, Claude Frank and John Perry
and in collaborative masterclasses with such artists as Graham Johnson, Melvin
Chen, Wendy Sharp and the Lydian String Quartet. |
Her recent performance experiences vary from accompanying entrants to the Naumberg International and Young Concert Artists International competitions to solo and collaborative performance on the University of Maryland New Music Maryland series, and numerous performances on Neighborhood Music School’s Bach’s Lunch and Faculty Fridays series. Notable venues for her performances include the Miller Theatre in New York City, Ed Landreth Hall at Texas Christian University, Kilbourn Hall at the Eastman School of Music and Sprague Hall, Woolsey Hall and Battell Chapel in New Haven.
Ms. Zingale has performed as soloist and collaborator with the Wallingford Symphony Orchestra, the Brevard Music Center Festival Orchestra and the Brevard Music Center faculty chamber ensemble. She performed on harpsichord with acclaimed new music ensemble Alarm Will Sound and reed organ with the New Haven Oratorio Chorus. Ms. Zingale has recorded for Peer Music Classical and the Charles Ives Society and her performances have been broadcast on Connecticut Public Radio. She is currently a piano faculty member and staff accompanist at the Neighborhood Music School in New Haven, CT. This is her second performance as soloist with the Hamden Symphony Orchestra.
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