Adam Flatt

YAS Faculty

Instruments: Orchestra Conductor
Education: M.M., Indiana University; B.M., University of California at Berkeley
Currently Teaching: Summer Programs

Adam Flatt, conductor, enjoys a busy and versatile musical presence in three different regions of the United States.  He serves as Music Director of the Colorado Ballet, the Newport Symphony (the Oregon coast’s professional orchestra) and the Tuscaloosa Symphony Orchestra.

Adam is well-known for his inspiring work with music students at the highest level.  He has served on the faculty of Curtis Summerfest as well as the Rocky Ridge Music Center.  He has previously held positions with two of America’s most prominent youth orchestras:  the Portland Youth Philharmonic and the Denver Young Artists Orchestra, and conducted a springtime residency of the Landes-Jugend-Sinfonie-Orchester Saar.  He has led performances with many excellent university and conservatory orchestras.

Adam Flatt has guest conducted the orchestras of Alabama, Cheyenne, Dallas, Delaware, Houston, Lubbock, Midland, Missoula, Monterey, Oregon, Sacramento, Saint Louis, San Juan, Santa Rosa, South Carolina, and many others.  He has led performances with the major ballet companies of Portland and Salt Lake City as well as that of Denver.  He has led productions for Colorado Light Opera, Eugene Opera, and  Colorado Symphony collaborations with Central City Opera and Opera Colorado.

Adam Flatt has his bachelor’s degree with honors in music from the University of California at Berkeley, and his master’s degree in conducting from the Indiana University School of Music.  He studied music for two years in Austria and Germany, and studied at the Aspen Music Festival.

www.adamflatt.com