Acclaimed for her glorious sound, placid technique, and demanding stage presence, flutist Rachelle Crowell celebrates a zealous career as a distinguished solo, chamber, and orchestral musician. She has performed with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Colorado Bach Ensemble, Denver Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Longmont Symphony. Ms. Crowell has won the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra’s Young Artist Competition, the Arapahoe Philharmonic’s T. Gordon Parks Memorial Concerto Competition, and the Colorado Flute Association’s First Annual Collegiate Competition. She has performed as featured soloist with each of these orchestras respectively, and was additionally selected to perform as one of twelve finalists for the Jefferson Symphony International Young Artist Competition. Ms. Crowell is currently working towards her Doctorate of Musical Arts Degree at the University of Colorado Boulder where she is a teaching assistant in the flute studio. She also serves at the secretary of the Colorado Flute Association.
Ms. Crowell is the Professor of Flute at Laramie County Community College, and also maintains an extensive private studio in Northern Colorado. A strong advocate for music education, Ms. Crowell is deeply passionate about teaching private flute lessons to students of all ages, experience levels, and backgrounds. She has taught flute lessons for over sixteen years, and has experience teaching beginner through collegiate-level students. Ms. Crowell holds a Master of Flute Performance from Colorado State University where she was awarded a graduate teaching assistantship. Prior to this, she graduated with highest honors from the University of Colorado at Boulder where she earned both a Bachelor of Flute Performance and a Bachelor of Music Education.