Sergio Pallottelli

Sergio Pallottelli

Internationally acclaimed flutist Sergio Pallottelli regularly performs as soloist and chamber musician throughout the USA, Europe, South America, and Australia.

Mr. Pallottelli has been the flutist with the Orchestra Sinfonica do Estado de Sao Paulo, Utah Philharmonic, Utah Chamber Artists, Waterbury Symphony, and New Music Ensemble directed by Morris Rosenzweig in Salt Lake City, Utah..

Performances aside, Mr. Pallottelli teaches master classes annually in Lima, Peru; Quito Ecuador; San Jose, Costa Rica; and Monterchi, Italy; as well as throughout the USA. In Italy he is maestro Ramsom Wilson's assistant in his yearly master class in Tuscany.

The many festivals he has appeared at as a performer or teacher include Nice Summer Music Academy, France; Festival de Flautistas en la Mitad del Mundo, Ecuador; Festival Internacional de Flautistas, Peru; and Festival de Flautistas in San Jose, Costa Rica. He is in high demand worldwide as a soloist, chamber musician and teacher.

Sergio Pallottelli received his musical education at the Milan Conservatory, Italy, the University of Utah, and the Yale school of Music. His teachers have included his principal teacher and mentor Ransom Wilson, Roberto Fabbriciani, Tara O'Connor and Susan Goodfellow. For two summers he was privileged to study with French flutist Maxence Larrieu.

Mr. Pallottelli makes his home in New Haven, Connecticut where he maintains a private studio of advanced flutists, and holds faculty positions at Taft School and the University of Bridgeport.


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