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Michele Fiala has performed with numerous orchestras, including the Phoenix Symphony, Louisville Orchestra, Orchestra Nashville, Knoxville Symphony, Tucson Symphony, and Memphis Symphony, and with such artists as Lee Ann Rimes, Roberta Flack, Barry Williams, Daniel Rodriguez, and Trey Anastasio. She has performed in the Banff Summer Music Festival, the Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute, and six of the last seven conferences of the International Double Reed Society (www.idrs.org). She has given guest recitals at the Conservatories of Novara and Udine in Italy, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, University of Memphis, Arizona State University, Miami University, University of South Florida, Washington State University, and Utah State University. She holds both a Doctor of Musical Arts degree and a Master of Music degree from Arizona State University, where she studied with Martin Schuring. She has studied additionally with Alex Klein, Robert Atherholt and Mark Ostoich.

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