Jessica Rosinski

Flutist Jessi Rosinski performs actively throughout Boston and appears with groups such as Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Boston Microtonal Society, Xanthos Ensemble, Guerilla Opera, Radius Ensemble, Ludovico Ensemble, Collage New Music, Boston Musica Viva, and Harvard Group for New Music. Ms. Rosinski is the flutist of Boston’s Callithumpian Consort, an artist in residence at Harvard, an associate with the Atlantic Symphony, and a regular sub with the United States Coast Guard Band. She has collaborated with the Emerson String Quartet, Hartt Percussion Ensemble, and The BSC electro-acoustic octet and has worked with prominent composers such as Helmut Lachenmann, Jennifer Higdon, and Frederick Rzewski. Ms. Rosinski has won top prizes at several competitions including the Pappoutsakis Memorial Competition, New York Flute Club Young Artist Competition, the National Flute Association Masterclass Competition, and the Albert Cooper International Flute Competition. Jessi is committed to bringing music to new audiences through performance outreach and is an avid teacher, holding positions at University of Massachusetts at Boston, Winchester Community Music School, and Milton Academy.   She has earned degrees with honors from the Hartt School as a fellow of the Performance 20/20 Program and New England Conservatory where she was awarded the John Cage Award for Outstanding Contribution to Contemporary Music Performance. A 2007 recipient of the Saint Botolph Club Emerging Artist award, Jessi used her award to commission a piece from composer Paul Elwood. Her recent projects include a solo performance with the Boston Pops and a solo recital and masterclass at the International Festival of Contemporary Arts in Leon, Mexico. Please visit her website for more information: Jessi has been a frequent guest with Firebird Ensemble since 2007

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