Instructor
Joined in
2017

Jacob Wright

Instructor

Teaches Flute, Piccolo

To play a wrong note is insignificant. To play without passion is inexcusable. - Ludwig van Beethoven

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Teaches at:
Levels Taught

Advanced, Beginner, Intermediate

Teaching Experience

Texas Woman's University- Undergraduate Flute Lessons Teacher, Abilene Independent School District- Private Flute Lessons Teacher

Education

B.A. in Music Business

Areas of Instruction

Flute, Piccolo

About Jacob Wright

Jacob Wright (b. 1993) is a Texas-based flutist and pedagogue of orchestral, chamber, and solo repertoire, with a particular enthusiasm for performing and premiering new works. Wright is an active and versatile artist that has performed in numerous solo and chamber recitals, as well as toured with large ensembles in order to bring his love of music to audiences all over Texas. His devotion to performance has led him to pursue many different areas of expertise and he has encompassed these traits into his unique style of playing, combing romantic gestures and phrases with more contemporary techniques and ideals.

As a soloist, Wright has been featured in honors and awards recitals in the Abilene community as well as organized and performed in multiple solo recitals. In 2014, he was selected as a winner of the HSU Collegiate Artist Concerto Competition, performing Khachaturian’s Violin Concerto (transcribed for flute by Jean-Pierre Rampal). In addition to solo repertoire, Wright has also performed in a variety of chamber music ensembles including; The Valhalla Wind Quintet, the TWU Flute Choir and the Abilene New Music Collective. Wright has served as principal flutist in the Hardin-Simmons University Orchestra, Rockwall Philharmonic, HSU Concert Band and the Texas Woman’s University Wind Symphony.

Jacob Wright received his undergraduate degree in Music Business from Hardin-Simmons University in May of 2016, studying flute with Karla Ordoñez. Currently he is pursuing a M.A in Flute Pedagogy at Texas Woman’s University studying with Dr. Pamela Youngblood.

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