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University of Southern California (BM in Clarinet Performance)
University of Florida (MM in Music Education, Summa Cum Laude)
Primary clarinet teachers include Mitchell Lurie, Yehuda Gilad, Michele Zukovsky and Gabriel Tose.
Michelle Lucia-Ingle has been a private applied clarinet educator for over 25 years, has taught at the elementary school level as well, and currently serves as artist teacher at the International Music Camp and music instructor at Northland Community and Technical College.
As a performer, Mrs. Lucia-Ingle has been a member of the Joyeux Chamber Ensemble (touring the People's Republic of China), Baltimore Symphonic Band (touring Switzerland), High Desert Symphony (principal clarinetist), Greater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra (principal clarinetist), and was the founder of the Appalachian Trio, Trio Giocoso, the Baltimore Symphonic Band Clarinet Quintet, and the 116 Clarinet Quartet. She was a featured guest performer at the Brandon University Clarinet Festival in 2013, and has performed with the national touring company of the musical Chicago, Michael W. Smith, the University of North Dakota Faculty Contemporary Chamber Ensemble and recorded on First Love label.
As a researcher, Mrs. Lucia-Ingle received second prize in the research competition at the International Clarinet Association's ClarinetFest in Madrid, Spain in July 2015 and was a featured presenter at the Thompson Symposium at Pennsylvania State University in May 2015. In 2017, her article "Using Mobile Technology to Facilitate Learning in the Applied Clarinet Studio" was published in The Clarinet, the journal of the International Clarinet Association.
Mrs. Lucia-Ingle has served as Executive Director of the Grand Forks Master Chorale and Personnel Manager of the Greater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra. Memberships include the International Clarinet Association, National Association for Music Education, and North Dakota Music Educators Association.