Kathleen Reynolds


Kathleen Reynolds, principal flutist with the Santa Rosa Symphony since 1984, has appeared as a soloist many times throughout the years. A native of Sonoma County, Reynolds received her MM in Flute Performance at the Manhattan School of Music in New York City. Her flute instructors include Samuel Baron, Julius Baker, Harvey Sollberger, Marcel Moyse, Jean Pierre Rampal, and Carol Wincenc. She spent several years in New York performing orchestral and chamber music with such orchestras as the American Philharmonic and the National Orchestra Association, in Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Summer festivals have included Tanglewood, the Grand Teton Festival, the Marlboro Festival, the Mendocino Music Festival, and the Bowdoin Festival in Maine.

Presently, Reynolds is an active orchestral and chamber musician performing with the Symphony Santa Rosa Symphony Chamber Players, Sonoma State University Faculty Chamber Music Series, Wind Power Woodwind Quintet, Cinnabar Opera Theater, Mendocino Music Festival, Symphony of the Redwoods, and the Noyo Flute Quartet. She is the studio flute instructor at Sonoma State University, has a busy flute studio, and often coaches youth ensembles in the area.

Her favorite place to spend time is along the Mendocino Coast at a second home in Fort Bragg, with her husband and two fabulous dogs.

Private Teaching Information:

Phone: (707) 953-9758
Email: kathleen-reynolds@comcast.net
Instruments: Flute; Piccolo
All ages

A portrait of Kathleen Reynolds and her instrument