Jennifer King is a familiar and well-known musician in the Cincinnati music scene. She is principal flutist of the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra, piccoloist of the Richmond (IN) Symphony and second flute of the Blue Ash/Montgomery Symphony Orchestra. She has performed with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Ballet Orchestra, Omaha Symphony, Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, Evansville Philharmonic, Middletown Symphony, Clermont Philharmonic, and the Bellevue (WA) Philharmonic, among others. In addition, she is active as a chamber musician, performing with various small musical groups in the community.
As a soloist, she has been featured with the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra for C.P.E. Bach’s Concerto in A Minor, J. S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto #5, Mozart’s Concerto for Flute and Harp, and J. S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto #4. She has performed the Vivaldi Concerto in C Major on piccolo with the Richmond (IN) Symphony and J.S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto #4 with the Cincinnati Ballet Orchestra. In addition, she was the first place winner of the 1994 Gertrude Sieberling Award, the second place winner in the 1992 National Flute Association’s Orchestral Excerpt Masterclass, and has been a semifinalist in the Myrna Brown Competition three times. Twice she was the winner of the CCM Concerto Competition. She is a member of the Finneytown Hall of Fame in her community for musical accomplishment.
Jennifer holds Bachelor and Master’s degrees in music performance from the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music. Her major teachers were Dr. Bradley Garner, George Hambrecht, Randy Bowman, Jack Wellbaum, Zart Domborian-Eby, and Ann Hambrecht. She performed in masterclasses for Jeanne Baxtresser, Walfrid Kujala and Jill Felber.
As a teacher, she has taught privately for over 35 years and served as adjunct faculty at the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music Preparatory Department as well as God’s Bible College.