Peter Flamm is a native of Evanston, Ilinois. He holds BM and MM degrees from the University of Michigan, where he was a recipient of the Charles Owen Memorial Scholarship, named after one of his most influential teachers (former Principal Percussionist with the Philadelphia Orchestra). Peter studied privately with Paul Yancich and Richard Weiner of the Cleveland Orchestra. Additional major teachers include Cloyd Duff, Jack Moore and Doug Howard.
In San Antonio, Peter has performed with many local groups including the Lyric Opera of San Antonio, Musical Offerings, and chamber performances at Trinity University and UTSA. In 1995, he performed William Kraft’s Concerto for Timpani and Orchestra with the San Antonio Symphony and Christopher Wilkins under the composer’s supervision. Peter has also performed as a concerto soloist with the Mid-Texas Symphony. Peter has served on the faculties of the Music Advancement Program at St. Philip’s College and Trinity University.
Peter has performed with orchestras across the country, including the Cleveland Orchestra, National Symphony, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Atlanta Symphony, and the Washington National Opera at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.