Alexis Evers

Alexis EversAlexis Evers is currently performing and teaching in Eugene, Oregon, where she performs as principal flute with the Eugene Concert Orchestra and second flute with Oregon Mozart Players. She is also the third flutist/piccoloist with the Rogue Valley Symphony of southern Oregon. She has also performed with Orchestra NEXT (Eugene Ballet Company) and Eugene Symphony Orchestra. An avid performer of new music, she is a 2018 Guest Artist for the Oregon Bach Festival Composers Symposium and was recently a featured performer at the 2018 SEAMUS national conference. Previously, she was a performance fellow at the New England Conservatory‚Äôs Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance Practice (SICPP; 2015)Alexis Evers and at the nief-norf Summer Festival (2014). She was a Performer’s Showcase Artist at the 2016 OBF Composers Symposium, where she had the opportunity to perform George Crumb’s An Idyll for the Misbegotten, along with brand-new works by up-and-coming composers. She is also a frequent collaborator with members of the Oregon Composers Forum.
A dedicated teacher, she maintains a private studio in the Eugene area. Additionally, she conducted the West Winds Flute Choir for their 2017-2018 season and was a member of the faculty for the 2016 University of Oregon High School Summer Music Camp, and was previously a woodwind section coach and mentor for the Corvallis Youth Symphony Association. She received her Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Illinois Urbana-Alexis EversChampaign, where she studied with Dr. Jonathan Keeble. During her studies there, she was a James Scholar and a member of the acclaimed Illinois Wind Symphony, as well as a winner of the prestigious Thomas J. Smith Scholarship Competition (2012). She recently earned her Master of Music degree from the University of Oregon, where she was a student of Molly Barth. In her free time, Alexis enjoys running long distances and hiking in the forests of Oregon.

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