Angelina M. Savoia

Instructor in Music


B.M. The Juilliard School

M.Mus. New England Conservatory


As an active performer, Ms. Savoia currently serves as the harpist for the Brookline Symphony Orchestra, Eureka Ensemble in Boston, and the Mercury Orchestra. She has also played with Boston Lyric Opera, Portland Symphony (Maine), Boston Philharmonic, and Boston Landmarks Orchestra, in addition to maintaining a busy freelance schedule in Boston and New York City. A couple of highlights from her freelance work include the honor to play for the 9/11 Memorial Wall Ceremony annually from 2016 to present in New York City and with the Video Game Orchestra for the Legend of Zelda Symphony of the Goddesses concert in Boston’s Symphony Hall. Ms. Savoia’s frequent orchestral performances have taken her to many venues including Carnegie Hall, Avery Fischer Hall, Jordan Hall, and Symphony Hall where she has had the privilege to play under such conductors as Hugh Wolff, Alan Gilbert, Jeffery Milarsky, Nicholas McGegan, Itzhak Perlman, Emmanuel Villaume, and John Williams.

In addition to her work as a harpist, Ms. Savoia is currently a law student, plays keyboard, and loves horseback riding, hiking, and kayaking.