What can I say? We were blown away by Jennifer and Kristin at our wedding! We had them playing the flute and harp at our wedding the entire night and it created such a beautiful flow and ambiance. Our wedding was a destination wedding at the Bodega Bay Lodge in Sonoma County, and we didn’t have the opportunity to meet face to face with any of our vendors prior to our wedding day. Let’s just say Jennifer and Kristin did not disappoint. These girls are super talented and their personalities were just the same. We were extremely fortunate to have found them. I highly recommend Jennifer and Kristin to anyone looking to have a wedding in Sonoma County!!
Jennifer Hunt is currently studying to receive a master's degree in Flute Performance from The Hartt School. There, she studies with Janet Arms, flutist of the New York City Opera. At Hartt, Jennifer is a member of the Hartt Symphony Orchestra, Hartt Independent Chamber Orchestra, Collegium Baroque Ensemble and the Contemporary Players Ensemble. She has been a featured soloist and chamber musician for the Dillon Concert Association in Montana, combining performances with school workshops. As part of a woodwind trio, she competed in the 2009 Fischoff and Coleman National Chamber Music Competitions. She performed as part of the Missoula Symphony Orchestra, the Montana Lyric Opera Orchestra, and the 2010 Symphony Orchestra Academy of the Pacific. In January of 2011, she was a finalist in the Coeur d'Alene Symphony Young Artist Competition.
Combining her passions for music and service work, Jennifer created, organized and performed in "Bach and Roll for Haiti," a series of concerts to benefit Save the Children relief efforts in Haiti. She has also been active working to incorporate music and the performing arts into education by orchestrating music and theater projects at schools in Peru and on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Montana. She has taught masterclasses for local high schools as well as coached high school chamber musicians. While she is primarily classically trained, Jennifer also has experience playing some jazz, bluegrass, Peruvian and American folk music. Jennifer will likely complete her master's degree in Flute Performance in May of 2012.