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Biography of Jennifer Toro Mazzoni

The versatility of flutist Jennifer Toro Mazzoni has earned her engagements as soloist, chamber musician, concerto artist and orchestral flutist.  Residing in St. Louis with her husband and duo partner, A. Matthew Mazzoni, their dynamic music presentations explore the breadth and depth of the repertoire, representing the earliest composers for the instrument to the unique sounds of today’s voices.


She has won numerous accolades and awards for her playing, including prizes in the 2006 Kentucky Flute Society Young Artist Competition, in concerto competitions at Indiana and Webster University, as well as selection as a qualifying participant in the 2007 National Flute Association Young Artist Competition.  At Indiana University, she was the first student to give a performance of Christopher Rouse’s Flute Concerto with orchestra.  In the St. Louis area, she has appeared as a soloist and chamber musician in area venues including the Christ Church Cathedral, Sheldon Concert Hall, Desmond E. Lee Concert Hall, Winifred Moore Auditorium, and the Eliot Chapel.


Jennifer Toro Mazzoni completed her graduate study at Indiana University studying with Thomas Robertello.  She earned her undergraduate degree at Webster University, studying with Jan Gippo of the St. Louis Symphony.  She completed additional studies in Vienna, Austria with Dr. Werner Tripp, retired principal of the Vienna Philharmonic.  Her other coaches include Mark Sparks and Tadeu Coelho, and she has played in masterclasses with Carol Wincenc, Michele Debost, Jeffrey Kahner, Joshua Smith, Randy Bowman, and Bradley Gardner.


Jennifer Toro Mazzoni was the principal flutist of the St. Louis Philharmonic; she has also played with  the Paducah Symphony, the Indiana University Festival Orchestra, the Columbus Philharmonic (Indiana), the Webster Symphony, and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.  An avid chamber musician, she performs regularly as a duo with her husband, pianist A. Matthew Mazzoni.  As an educator, she has served as an Adjunct Professor at Murray State University, teaching flute and music theory, has given masterclasses to university and pre-college students, and currently maintains a private flute studio. She is on the faculty of the Community Music School at Webster University.