DMA, Eastman School of Music
About Jennie Brown
Flutist Jennie Brown has performed throughout the U.S., and in Japan, Canada, Italy, France, Germany, and England. She is also an active performer in the Chicago area and an avid chamber musician who performs frequently with the MAVerick New Music Ensemble, the Chicago New Arts Trio, and in numerous solo recitals throughout the year. She can also be heard on Albany Records. Dr. Brown is a graduate of the Eastman School of Music where she studied with Bonita Boyd and received her Master and Doctor of Music degrees and the esteemed Performer’s Certificate, with teaching assistantships and graduate awards in both flute performance and music history. She also graduated from Northwestern University, where she studied with Walfrid Kujala and received her Bachelor of Music degree, and the Interlochen Arts Academy, where she completed high school. She has performed in Music Festivals at Aspen, the Music Academy of the West, and Norfolk, and has also performed in master classes with William Bennet, Maxence Larrieu, Aurele Nicolet, and Michel Debost. Jennie was a featured performer and adjudicator for the National Flute Association Annual Conventions in San Diego, Anaheim, and Las Vegas, and she has also served as a board member of the Chicago Flute Club. As a faculty member at both Wheaton and Elmhurst Colleges, her greatest joy comes from her work with her wonderful students, who have earned acceptance to top graduate schools and pursued active careers as performers, teachers, and arts administrators.
Please visit www.JennieBrownFlute.com, "Wheaton College Flute Studio" on Facebook, and "Jennie Oh Brown" on SoundCloud.