Alyssa Resh is a versatile percussionist working in the orchestral, chamber, solo, and new music genres. She earned her undergraduate degree from West Chester University of Pennsylvania, and is currently completing her master’s degree at Temple University. Most recently, she gave the Pennsylvania premiere of Paul Lansky’s work for vibraphone and metals, Metal Light, at the 2018 Pennsylvania Day of Percussion, and performed Stravinsky's L'Histoire du soldat with the Temple University Chamber Players. In 2017, she was a featured performer at the Festival Internacional de Ensambles de Percusión in Costa Rica, and a marimba soloist at the McCormick Marimba Festival in Tampa, Florida. Alyssa has performed with professional groups including the Bach Choir of Bethlehem, the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra, the Bay Atlantic Symphony, and Orchestra 2001. She has multiple years of experience teaching percussion and general music at Great Valley High School, Avon Grove High School, Media Elementary, and Haverford College. When not involved in classical music, she can be found playing drum set with her band, "the Goalie."