Kelly Haley

Kelly Haley, a Pennsylvania native, is the flutist for LANME. Ms. Haley graduated cum laude from Ohio University with a degree in Music Education and a Certificate in Performance. She has performed at various CBDNA and CMENC conventions and in 2004 performed in two concerts at the National Flute Association Convention. Ms. Haley completed graduate work at the University of Oklahoma. While there, she directed the flute ensemble, coached chamber groups, and maintained a private studio. She won the Oklahoma Flute Society Young Artist Competition and was featured at the Oklahoma Flute Festival Showcase Concert in 2007. She has been involved in the American premier of the Hennagin Competition winning piece, Champ-de-Mars, par jour de lumiere with composer Eric Champagne present. Additionally, Ms. Haley has worked closely with composers Dr. Marvin Lamb performing his work Life Cycles and Dr. Konstantinos Karathanasis performing his work Obscuritas Luminosa. As a founding member of LANME, she hopes to continue promoting new music as well as music education. Her teachers include Dr. Valerie Watts, Alison Brown-Sincoff and Michelle Bonnici.