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Megan Torti
Megan Torti is a New York City based flutist currently pursuing her master's degree at Manhattan School of Music. She holds a bachelor's degree from Rice University, Shepherd School of Music where she graduated with Distinction in Research and Creative Works. Megan is a regular substitute with the New York Philharmonic and has also performed with the Houston Symphony, Tulsa Symphony, Jacksonville Symphony, and Greenwich Symphony. She is also a founding member of the woodwind quintet, Uptown Winds.
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Megan Torti

Megan Torti is a graduate student in the orchestral performance program at Manhattan School of Music, studying with Robert Langevin. Previously, she studied with Leone Buyse at Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music, where she graduated with Distinction in Research and Creative Works. 

As an orchestral musician, Megan has performed with the New York Philharmonic, Houston Symphony, Jacksonville Symphony, Greenwich Symphony, and as substitute Principal flutist with the Tulsa Symphony. She recorded John Williams’s “Highwood’s Ghost” with the New York Philharmonic, Yo-Yo Ma, and Jessica Zhou for the SONY records album “A Gathering of Friends” (2022). During summers, Megan has been a fellow at the Tanglewood Music Center, and has also attended the Aspen Music Festival and School and Eastern Music Festival. She has performed under the baton of Riccardo Muti, John Williams, Andris Nelsons, JoAnn Faletta, and Leonard Slatkin, among others. As a founding member of the woodwind quintet Uptown Winds, she competed in the quarterfinals of the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition, won the Fuchs Chamber Music Competition, and participated in the Orchestra of St. Luke’s chamber music mentorship program.

As an active soloist, Megan won first prize in the 2020 New Jersey Flute Society Young Artist Competition, second prize in the 2021 Flute Society of Kentucky Young Artist Competition, and third prize in the 2021 South Carolina Flute Society Young Artist Competition. In November of 2022, she will be competing in the semi-final round of international flute competition, La Flauta LatinoAmericana Concurso Internacional. She has also been featured as a recitalist on the Chicago classical radio station “WFMT”.





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