A central pillar of Rachelle Crowell’s teaching philosophy is that every individual deserves the opportunity to engage in the beautiful language of music, and to pursue music in ways that are meaningful to them. Ms. Crowell is deeply passionate about teaching flute lessons to students of all ages and backgrounds and she is a strong advocate for music education. She has extensive experience teaching Kodaly-based elementary general music, as well as high school bands, orchestras, and music theory. Ms. Crowell is currently earning her Masters of Flute Performance at Colorado State University where she was awarded a graduate teaching assistantship. She graduated with highest honors from the University of Colorado at Boulder where she earned both a Bachelors of Flute Performance as well as a Bachelors of Music Education. In addition to her work with flutists Christina Jennings (University of Colorado), Brook Schoenwald (Colorado Symphony Orchestra), and Michelle Stanley (Colorado State University), Ms. Crowell has also studied with Carol Wincenc (The Juilliard School), Leone Buyse (Rice University), Marianne Gedigian (The University of Texas at Austin), Amy Porter (University of Michigan), Jim Walker (University of Southern California), Jennifer Keeney (University of Houston), and Joshua Smith (The Cleveland Orchestra). Ms. Crowell has won several prestigious competitions, most recently of which includes the Arapahoe Philharmonic T. Gordon Parks Memorial Concerto Competition and the Colorado Flute Association’s first annual collegiate competition. Additionally, she was selected to perform as one of twelve finalists for the Jefferson Symphony International Young Artist Competition in 2014. She is principal flutist of the Loveland Orchestra and is involved with the Panoramic Flutist Seminar. In 2013 she had the honor of performing as featured soloist for concerti performances with the both the Arapahoe Philharmonic and the Loveland Orchestra. In March 2015, Rachelle Crowell was winner of the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra Young Artist Competition. In January 2016, she will be performing the Gordelli Flute Concerto with GJSO. Congratulations, Rachele!
"Acclaimed for her glorious sound, placid technique, and captivating stage presence, flutist Rachelle Crowell celebrates a zealous career as a distinguished solo, chamber, and orchestral musician."
Magnolia Music Studio is pleased to welcome Rachelle Crowell. Accepting new students for Summer and Fall 2015.
* Traveling Teacher: In addition to Rachelle’s in-studio lessons, she may be available to teach a limited number of students in their own home. Pre-paid tuition rates are the same for in-studio or in-home lessons and studio policies apply. Studio Policy.