Jayn Rosenfeld is one of the leading contemporary music flutists of the present generation. A graduate of Radcliffe College and the Manhattan School of Music, her teachers were James Pappoutsakis, William Kincaid and Marcel Moyse. She was first flutist in the American Symphony Orchestra when it was conducted byLeopold Stokowski and won a National Endowment for the Arts Solo Recitalist Grant in 1986. Her many recordings include concerti by Domenico Cimarosa, Dinos Constantinides, Rand Steiger and Leo Kraft, solo works by Ruth Crawford Seeger, Leon Kirchner, John Anthony Lennon, Robert Erickson and David Froom, more than fifty works of contemporary chamber music, and a recording of the flute chamber music of Albert Roussel (Centaur). Ms. Rosenfeld was the flutist and executive director of the New York New Music Ensemble for thirty-five years. She currently plays with the ISCM Ensemble, the Richardson Players at Princeton University and the Washington Square Contemporary Music Society. She was the first flutist of the Princeton Symphony Orchestra until 2014 and appears yearly at the Manchester (Summer) Music Festival in Vermont. Ms. Rosenfeld taught at the Juilliard School in the Music Advancement Program for fifteen years, and at Greenwich House Music School. She currently teaches at Princeton University, coaches chamber music and gives flute workshops for adult amateurs.
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