Flutist Christina Jennings is praised for her virtuoso technique, rich tone, and command of a wide range of literature featuring works from Bach to Zwilich. She enjoys a musical career made up of diverse performing and recording, collaborations with living composers, and work guiding young musicians. Active as a concerto soloist, Christina Jennings has appeared with over fifty orchestras including the Utah and Houston Symphonies. In 2009 she premièred concertos written for her by Carter Pann and Laura Elise Schwendinger. The Washington Post described her performance of the Jonathan Leshnoff Concerto with the Fairfax Symphony as a “spirited, quicksilver performance.” As broad-gauged in her musical pursuits as she is in her repertoire choices, Christina Jennings is Principal Flute with the River Oaks Chamber Orchestra and the Arizona MusicFest! Orchestra, and has collaborated with chamber artists Simone Dinnerstein, Lucy Shelton, and the Takács Quartet. In great demand as a teacher, she is Associate Professor of Flute at the University of Colorado Boulder. She received her bachelor and master’s degrees at The Juilliard School, and her principal teachers include Carol Wincenc, Leone Buyse, George Pope and Jeanne Baxtresser.