Jaimee Reynolds accepted into Julliard School
Jaimee Reynolds, 19, of Alpena, has been accepted to finish her undergraduate degree in music performance at The Julliard School in New York City beginning this fall. For the past two years, she has been studying the French horn at the Cleveland Institute of Music with Richard King and Richard Solis, two past principal horn players with The Cleveland Orchestra.
She will be transferring to The Julliard School this fall to study with Eric Reed, who is a New York freelance musician, current horn player with the American Brass Quintet and previous horn player with the Canadian brass.
Her senior year of high school, Reynolds graduated from the Interlochen Arts Academy after studying with Corbin Wagner, horn professor at Michigan State University and previous third horn player with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
This summer Reynolds will return to Washington, D.C. to play horn in the National Symphony Orchestra Summer Music Institute, a fellowship program with the National Symphony Orchestra. She dedicates a large amount of her music success to Brian Carter, Raymond Reynolds and the late Michael Moors, all music teachers from Alpena who taught her for the first five years of her musical career and continue to support her today.
She is the daughter of Amy Reynolds and Tom Reynolds, and the granddaughter of Frieda Ouellette of Alpena.