Allyson Fleck


Part-time Assistant Professor of Music


Allyson Fleck is currently a part-time assistant professor of viola and chamber music coordinator at Kennesaw State University. In addition to private studio and chamber music, Allyson performs regularly with several Atlanta ensembles. She performs each summer with the Midsummer Music Festival. Allyson received her Doctor of Musical Arts degree in viola performance with a minor in instrumental conducting at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in May 2004.


Previously, Allyson was a semi-finalist in the 2002 Fischoff Competition as a member of the Galena Quartet.  In Wisconsin, she was a member of the Madison Symphony, Madison Opera and Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra.  Furthermore, Allyson was an associate professor of music at Beloit College and on the faculty at Ripon College.  While in Wisconsin she also was a guest performer at the University of Wisconsin at Whitewater, Token Creek Music Festival and the Madeline Island Chamber Music Festival.  Allyson’s teachers include Sally Chisholm, Li-Kuo Chang and Manuel Diaz.


Previous events include a recital at Carnegie’s Weill Hall in New York performing Berio’s Folk Songs, performing Telemann Concerto in G Major and Hindemith’s Trauermusik with the Novgorod String Orchestra in Russia, Bartok’s Concerto for Viola with the Ripon College Orchestra, and J.S. Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 with the Kennesaw State University.  She recently performed Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante in addition to teaching at the Maud Powell Music Festival. Dedicated to teaching, Allyson frequently conducts clinics in the Atlanta area and is a viola faculty at Kennesaw State University Summer Clinic.


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