Alice Gallagher

Applied Music Instructor, Clarinet

Alice Gallagher, MM, is a solo, collaborative, and teaching clarinetist. She made her solo debut with the Boston Pops Orchestra at the age of eighteen as the winner of the Boston Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition. A Juilliard graduate, she has performed as well as guest soloist with the ensembles of Gordon College, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Concordia University-Irvine, and California State University-Fullerton.
While studying at Juilliard, Ms. Gallagher was a recipient of Juilliard’s Gluck Fellowship, performing at hospitals and rehabilitation and assisted living facilities. 
Alice Gallagher has also substituted for the La Jolla Symphony, The Boston Modern Orchestra Project and the New World Symphony. She was also a fellow at the National Orchestral Institute. Alice Gallagher is a member of the Music Teachers' Association of California and is on the Audition Board of the Musical Merit Foundation of San Diego.