Rachelle Crowell

Praised for her glorious sound, placid technique, and captivating stage presence, Rachelle Crowell celebrates a zealous musical career. She has received national acclaim for two consecutive years as a quarterfinalist in the National Flute Association’s Young Artist Competition. She has won first prize in the Colorado Flute Association’s Collegiate Competition, the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra’s Young Artist Competition, and the T. Gordon Parks Memorial Concerto Competition. She has performed with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Colorado Bach Ensemble, Arapahoe Philharmonic, Longmont Symphony Orchestra, and the Denver Philharmonic Orchestra.

Ms. Crowell is currently a Doctor of Musical Arts candidate and graduate teaching assistant at the University of Colorado Boulder. Additionally, she serves as the Secretary of the Colorado Flute Association. A passionate music educator, she maintains a thriving private studio and enjoys teaching students of all ages, musical backgrounds, and experience levels. Prior to her doctoral studies, she taught instrumental music for three years in the Adams 12 school district.

Ms. Crowell holds a Master of Flute Performance degree from Colorado State University where she was awarded a graduate teaching assistantship. She graduated with highest honors from the University of Colorado at Boulder where she earned both a Bachelor of Flute Performance and a Bachelor of Music Education.