Conservatory of Music
Guest Lecturer (Flute)
On Faculty since 2002
D.M.A., flute performance, Eastman School of Music, 1997
M.M. and Performer's Certificate, flute performance, Eastman School of Music, 1993
B.M., flute performance, Northwestern University, 1991
About Jennie Brown
Jennie Brown embraces an entrepreneurial spirit in her career. As an Innova Recording Artist, she released her debut solo CD The Music of Joseph Schwantner in 2015. As Artistic Director and flutist with Picosa, Brown and her colleagues launch their second concert season with multiple series in Chicago’s Gottlieb Hall and PianoForte Chicago, as well as the historic Mayslake Peabody Estate, Oak Brook. Additionally, with a commitment to teaching and bringing music to underserved communities, Picosa looks forward to clinics and concerts in numerous colleges and workshops for children in partnership with Hesed House. Brown also serves as director and faculty member at Credo Flute where she teaches with flutists Bonita Boyd and Tadeu Coelho. She has recently published articles in the National Flute Association's Flutist Quarterly, "Collaborative Play: Flutists/Composer Commissions," and in Flute Talk, "An Interview with Shulamit Ran."
Dr. Brown has served on the faculty at the Wheaton College Conservatory of Music since 2002. She also teaches at Elmhurst College and directs the Elmhurst College Summer Music Academy. She has performed in Music Festivals including Aspen, the Music Academy of the West, and Norfolk. Jennie has performed and served in numerous National Flute Association annual conventions. Please visit www.JennieBrownFlute.com to learn more.