Kelly Langenbergs busy and fast-paced career has been highlighted by
numerous accomplishments and a growing list of performing
opportunities. In addition to recent performances with the Cleveland
Orchestra, Kelly is principal horn of the Battle Creek Symphony (MI),
and a member of Quad City (IA), Peoria (IL), and Kenosha (WI)
symphonies. As a freelancer in the Chicago area, she performs with Light
Opera Works of Chicago, Ars Viva! Symphony Orchestra, Lake Forest
Symphony, Tower Brass of Chicago, Chicagoland Pops, Elgin Symphony,
Illinois Philharmonic, and many other regional orchestras. Ms.
Langenberg has also performed on stage with Josh Groban, Mannheim
Steamroller, Yo-Yo Ma, Rene Fleming, Emmanuel Ax, Itzak Perlman, and
Mark OConner. Kelly has also appeared as a soloist with the Muscatine
Symphony (IA) and the Clinton Symphony (IA).
Kellys continuing passion for orchestral music study has taken her
to the Blossom Chamber Music Festival (2008, 2007), Aspen Music Festival
(2006), Pierre Monteux School for Conductors and Orchestral Musicians
(2003) and the Chautauqua Institute (2000). Kellys most influential
teachers include Neil Kimel (Lyric Opera) and Jon Boen (Lyric Opera).
Kelly is Applied Music Faculty at North Park University and also
teaches at DePaul University and the New Music School in Chicago. Kelly
is a member of the Chicago Horn Consort and State Street Brass
Quintet. She holds a BME and BM in Horn Performance from
Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory in Berea, Ohio, and a MM in Horn
Performance from DePaul University.