Alice Allegri Rodriguez


Studeert aan het Conservatorium van Amsterdam



Alice Allegri (Milano, Italy, 1994), started playing flute at the age of 8 when she moved to Malaga, Spain, with her family. She soon started receiving flute lessons by Jorge Frances, flute soloist of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Malaga, and at the age of 13 she was admitted in the Conservatory of Malaga, where she started for five years with Saleta Suarez and Maria Marin. During these years she received masterclasses by Wendela van Swol, Giuseppe Nese and Javier Castiblanque, and she won several competitions (1st prize in the International Competition ‘Andalucia Flauta’, 1st prize in the woodwind competition of her Conservatory, two 1st prizes in the Chamber Music Competition of her Conservatory, representant of Andalucia in the ‘Intercentros Melomano’ Competition, among others.). She also got admitted in the Baremboim-­‐ Said foundation in Seville, where she would receive regular masterclasses from Thomas Beyer, soloist of the Staatskapelle Berlin, during three years.

In 2011 she graduated and started receiving lessons from Frederik Ghijselinck, principal flutist of the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra. She also got admitted in the Master Program for Musical Interpretation in Baeza (Jaen), where she would receive masterclasses from international soloists such as Davide Formisano, Magdalena Martínez, Michael Martin Kofler and Juliá Gállego. That year she also travelled to London to receive masterclasses by William Bennett.

In 2012 she got admitted in Conservatorium van Amsterdam, where she started her Bachelor studies with Vincent Cortvrint (piccolo of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra), changing after three years to the class of Kersten McCall (flute soloist of the same orchestra). She also received regular lessons by Marieke Schneemann and Harrie Starreveld, and masterclasses by Peter Lukas Graf and Jacques Zoon. Now she is currently studying asters in Orchestral Performance in the class of prof. Kersten McCall.