Emily Hagee

Emily H.

Salt Lake City, UT
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About

Emily delivers an exceptional lesson experience and ranks in the top 15% of our teachers nationwide.
Teaches students:
and Ages 5 to 70

Teaching since:
June 2006

Born in southeastern Wisconsin, I began playing horn at the age of ten. For the past two summers, I have been a member of the Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre Company in Logan, Utah. In the summer of 2013, I was in the pit orchestra for the Ohio Light Opera Company. My other festival activities include the Atlantic Music Festival (2012 orchestral fellow), the Music Academy of the West, and the Aspen Music Festival (2010 brass quintet fellow). As an orchestral musician, I have appeared with the Glens Falls Symphony, Cape Ann Symphony, Thousand Oaks Philharmonic, the Los Angeles Jewish Symphony, the American Youth Symphony, and the Orquesta de Baja (Tijuana, MX). I have been a private horn instructor for eleven years and a private piano instructor for 6 years.

While living in the Midwest, I developed a love of orchestral horn playing. I earned my bachelor’s degree in horn performance from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. I earned my master’s degree in horn performance at the University of Southern California. Currently I live in the Greater Boston area.

My other interests include swimming, reading, and baking.

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Education

Master of Music - Horn Performance
Aug 2011 - May 2013
University of Southern California
Bachelor of Music - Horn Performance
Aug 2007 - May 2011
Eastman School of Music

Languages

German
Limited Proficiency

Photos & Videos

Photo by Emily H.

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John Williams - Concerto for Horn mvts. 3 and 4
An excerpt from the first movement of Malcolm Arnold's Quintet No. 1 from a performance by the Oracle Brass Quintet on 2/28/10.

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