Rachelle Jenkins is a sought-after horn player, writer, and teacher originally from Fort Myers, Florida. An active performer, she has played with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Montréal Symphony Orchestra, Iceland Symphony, San Diego Symphony, Florida Orchestra, Sarasota Orchestra, and Naples Philharmonic, as well as guest principal horn with the Hawaii Symphony and Orlando Philharmonic. Rachelle studied at The Colburn School, McGill University's Schulich School of Music, and the University of Central Florida. She has been a fellow of both the Tanglewood Music Center and the Aspen Music Festival and School. Rachelle also maintains an active teaching studio and coaches preparation, practice, and performance skills. While in Florida, she taught on the faculty at Florida Southwestern State College. Her primary teachers include Andrew Bain, John Zirbel, Johnny Pherigo, and Dr. Don Greene.
In addition to performing, teaching, and writing, Rachelle enjoys cooking, performing and writing comedy, and traveling.
To read more of Rachelle’s work, visit the Articles section of the website.