Jennifer Robbins (French horn). Equally at home in all genres, Boston-based horn player Jennifer Robbins is a highly sought after player and educator. She has appeared with the Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Boston Philharmonic, New Bedford Symphony, Plymouth Philharmonic, Lexington Symphony, Lexington Symphony Chamber Players, Haffner Sinfonietta, and Cape Ann Symphony, among others. As a member of the woodwind quintet Calliope Winds, she has performed in numerous capacities throughout the community as well as in Jordan Hall, and participated in masterclass with the Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet. Jennifer has been an adjunct faculty member at Gordon College, a faculty member at the Csehy Summer School of Music, a mentor in the Gordon College Orchestra, and has taught privately for six years. She also attended the Aspen Music Festival for three summers. A promising artist of international repute, Jennifer has been invited to Germany multiple times over the last two years to study intensively with Fergus McWilliam of the Berlin Philharmonic. In addition to the modern horn, Jennifer is also an experienced natural horn player and has appeared with the period instrument ensembles Grand Harmonie and the Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra. In addition to performing, she also works at the world-renowned Pope Instrument Repair in Jamaica Plain, MA, under the tutelage of Ken Pope. Jennifer received her Bachelors degree in Horn Performance from Gordon College, and her Masters Degree and Graduate Diploma from the New England Conservatory. Her primary teachers include Fergus McWilliam, Jonathan Menkis, Eli Epstein and Peter Iltis.