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Lyndsie Wilson - Horn
Lyndsie Wilson is the Adjunct Professor of Horn at Rowan University. As an active musician in the Philadelphia area, Lyndsie regularly performs with the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, the Opera Company of Philadelphia, Peter Nero and the Philly Pops, the Pennsylvania Ballet, and the Walnut Street Theatre. Outside of Philadelphia Lyndsie also performs with Delaware Symphony Orchestra, Reading Symphony Orchestra, Bay Atlantic Symphony, and the Sarasota Opera Association in Sarasota, Florida. She has appeared internationally with both the Spoleto Festival de dui Mondi in Spoleto, Italy and the Opera Festival Lyrique en Mer in Belle-ile en Mer, France. She has also substituted with the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Cleveland Orchestra on numerous occasions. Ms. Wilson received her Bachelor of Music degree in Music Performance from Temple University and her Master of Music degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music where her principal instructors included Eli Epstein, Richard King, Randy Gardner and Eric Ruske.