Michal Beit-Halachmi began her musical studies in Givatayin Conservatory in Israel at the age of 10. She came to America in 1995 to study at Indiana University, in Bloomington, IN. She received her Bachelor's degree at Duquesne University in 1999. During her studies, Michal played with various orchestras, including the Wheeling Symphony, and the Westmoreland Symphony, and held the position of principal clarinet for the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra. She has also performed with Sarasota Festival Orchestra, in Florida, and The Lorin Maazel Shira Festival Orchestra in Jerusalem. Michal's solo appearances have included numerous recitals in Hungary, Germany, Belgium, and Israel as well as concerto performance with the Thelma-Yelin Philharmonic and the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra. She is a recipient of the America-Israel Scholarship Foundation Award. Michal is now pursuing her Master's in music at Stony Brook, New York, studying with Charles Neidich.