Guest Artist Masterclass | Jaclyn Rainey, Acting Associate Principal Horn of the Minnesota Orchestra

Jaclyn Rainey, Acting Associate Principal Horn of the Minnesota Orchestra
Event Date & Time
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Event Location
Lloyd Ultan Recital Hall in Ferguson Hall

2106 4th St S
Minneapolis, MN 55455

The University of Minnesota Horn Studio will host Jaclyn Rainey for a Masterclass on April 1, 2024 from 3:30-5:30 pm in Ultan Recital Hall. Students will perform works from the recital repertoire as well as orchestra excerpts. 

This School of Music event is free and open to the public.

Artist Bio

Jaclyn Rainey is Acting Associate Principal Horn of the Minnesota Orchestra. She previously held the position of Principal horn of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Associate Principal horn with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Third horn with the Atlanta Symphony for four seasons, Acting Principal horn with the Naples Philharmonic as well as Associate Principal horn with the Louisiana Philharmonic. Rainey, a Louisville, KY native, has also performed with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Buffalo Philharmonic, Cincinnati Symphony, Kansas City Symphony, Louisville Orchestra, Milwaukee Symphony, San Antonio Symphony, and the Sarasota Orchestra. She has spent summers performing at the Tanglewood Music Center, Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music, Lakes Area Music Festival and at the Hollywood Bowl. Ms. Rainey has toured with the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall in New York City and across Europe, and with the Los Angeles Philharmonic in Asia, Europe and Mexico. She has also competed in solo competitions and was a winner in the National MTNA Senior Brass Competition. When not performing, Ms. Rainey is an Artist affiliate at Emory University, has served on the faculty of Georgia State University in addition to maintaining a private teaching studio.
She received her undergraduate degree in horn performance from the Eastman School of Music, followed by a Masters degree at the New England Conservatory of Music. She has studied with W. Peter Kurau, Richard Sebring and James Sommerville.

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