Flute & Piccolo
When you meet Jennifer, ask her about the Alexander Technique? Does she have a favorite genre of music? What is her favorite yoga position?
Jennifer Keeney is a musician, teacher and writer. She is a member of the River Oaks Chamber Orchestra, is an Affiliate Artist of Flute at the University of Houston Moores School of Music, and is joining Aperio, Music of the Americas this season. Her teaching and playing reflect her joyful, creative and dynamic approach to music and the flute. Ms. Keeney enjoys collaborating with a variety of Classical, Jazz, Pop, Latin, and World Musicians. She performs as a soloist and chamber musician throughout Houston, the United States, South America and Japan.
Ms. Keeney served as Principal Flute of the Hong Kong Philharmonic and the New World Symphony and was 2nd flute with the Detroit Symphony and has performed with the Minnesota Orchestra, Houston Grand Opera, Pacific Music Festival and the Colorado Music Festival Orchestras. She taught at the Interlochen National Music Festival for seven years and now spends her summers performing and teaching on the flute faculties of The Panoramic Flutist at The University of Colorado, Floot Fire, Baylor Flute Seminar and giving her annual week long Creative Flutist Master Classes throughout the US.
She is the author of several books, Creative Practice Ideas and Exercises for the Whole Musician~Flute, is her latest and is available as an e-book and in hard cover. Ms. Keeney received her education from The University of Michigan, Royal Northern College of Music in England, University of Southern California and The Shepherd School of Music at Rice University. Always learning, Ms. Keeney is completing her third year of training as an Alexander teacher.
Education: University of Michigan, Royal Northern College of Music, Rice University