Performing artist, teacher, author and entrepreneur, Dr. Nicaulis Alliey has appeared as a soloist, chamber musician, and flute teacher in France, Venezuela, the United States, and the Caribbean area.
First Prize Unanimous at the Ville de Paris Centralized Contest (1994), First Prize at the Latin American Flute Competition (Caracas, 2000), Nicaulis Alliey is an artist with Polyphony Artist Management and part of the Artistic Roster of Cayambis Music Press, and develops her artistic work as a solo performer, flutist with Music of the Americas Ensemble (chamber music) and with La Cuadra Venezolana (Venezuelan and Latin-American music, traditional-jazz fusion).
Nicaulis Alliey has been featured as a soloist with most major orchestras in Venezuela, has been First Flute with Orchestre International de Paris, Assistant Principal Flute with Orquesta Sinfónica de Lara, First Flute with Orquesta Sinfónica de Maracaibo, and flutist with the Lincoln Symphony Orchestra. Two recordings (CD) with La Cuadra Venezolana, and numerous collaborations that include recitals with renowned classical musicians, as well as productions and recordings of renowned Venezuelan popular musicians, endorse Dr. Nicaulis Alliey as a versatile and sought-after artist.
As a teacher, Dr. Nicaulis Alliey has been Flute Professor and Founder Director of the Music School at the Universidad del Zulia, FluteProfessor at Universidad de Los Andes, Guest Artist-Teacher at UNET (Venezuela), Flute Instructor at North Park University (Chicago), and guest teacher at El SISTEMA-Venezuela and numerous universities and festivals in the US, Venezuela, Colombia and the Caribbean. Her work "Sonoridad en la flauta traversa: Consideraciones para su estudio y resolución de dificultades técnicas" was published by the Universidad del Zulia (2014).
Nicaulis Alliey is Executive Director of the Music of the Americas Project (Chicago) and holds a DMA from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, a Maîtrise en Musique from Sorbonne University (Paris), Diploma of Superior Studies in Flute under renowned French flutist Raymond Guiot (France), and a degree of Profesor Ejecutante de Flauta (Venezuela).