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Ms. Jennifer Amox
Ms. Jennifer Amox, flute
Ms. Jennifer Amox, flute
BM, Henderson State University
MM in Flute Performance, Stephen F. Austin State University
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Flutist Jennifer Amox has been an active performer and teacher in Texas and Arkansas since 2000. She has performed on piccolo and flute with the Houston Civic and Fort Bend Symphony Orchestras, as well as Orchestra of the Pines, Ballet Forté and the National Flute Association Professional Flute Choir. Ms. Amox has been a soloist with the SFA Chamber Orchestra and the Rocky Ridge Music Center Orchestra and has performed in productions of The Sound of Music, Man of La Mancha, Fiddler on the Roof, Street Scene, The Nutcracker and Hello, Dolly! She has taught flute, band and general music courses at the elementary, secondary and collegiate levels. Prior to her appointment at Henderson she taught at Pulaski Technical College and North Little Rock High School.
Her innovative approach to teaching is full of passion, a characteristic that is consistently displayed in her students’ performances. Past achievements by her students include placement in the Houston Youth Symphony, the TMTA/MTNA Student Competition, and several regional and area honor ensembles in the Houston area. Her flute choirs performed frequently throughout the Houston area and received regional and state recognition.
Ms. Amox holds degrees in flute performance from Henderson State University and Stephen F. Austin State University, with additional studies at the University of Houston Moores School of Music. Her principal teachers have included Sydney Carlson, Diane Boyd-Schultz, Shelley Martin and Susan Farr. While studying at SFA, Ms. Amox served as a graduate assistant. Honors include the Outstanding Undergraduate Soloist award at the Texas Flute Society Flute Festival and the TMTA/MTNA Young Artist Competition. She has performed in master classes for Trevor Wye, Bradley Garner, Alexa Still, Tadeu Coehlo, Pamela Youngblood and Karen Adrian. She has served as editor for both the Houston Flute Club and Texas Flute Society newsletters and president of the HSU chapter of the Collegiate Music Educators National Conference. Ms. Amox maintains active membership in the National Flute Association, Mid-South Flute Society, Music Teachers National Association, Arkansas School Band and Orchestra Association, Texas Music Educators Association and Texas Bandmasters Association. Her research interests include music cognition and its application in private studio and public school pedagogy.