Horn, Wintergreen Festival Orchestra
Abigail Pack, Associate Professor of horn at University of North Carolina – Greensboro, joined the School of Music fall 2008. Regionally, Abigail performs as a member of the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra, Opera Roanoke, Southwest Chamber Orchestra, the Wintergreen Summer Music Festival, Minerva Chamber Ensemble (Centaur Records), and as a regular substitute with the North Carolina Symphony. Recent performance highlights include guest performing artist appearances at the International Horn Symposium held at the University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa, International Flute Conference, Washington D.C., The International Midwest Band and Orchestra Conference, Chicago, Illinois (2003 and 2009), The Kennedy Center of the Performing Arts, Washington D.C. with the Montpelier Wind Quintet and the International Women’s Brass Conference as a chamber recitalist and as a member of the esteemed Monarch Brass Ensemble, a nationally recognized all-women brass ensemble whose members are outstanding women brass players from North America’s top symphony orchestras and universities.
She has degrees from East Carolina University, University of Iowa, and University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she was a Bolz Teaching Fellow. She has held teaching positions at James Madison University (2001-2008); Knox College (1994-1996); Western State College (1996-1998); and in the Gunnison Watershed School District (1997-1998). Ms. Pack has held playing positions with the Quad Cities Symphony Orchestra, Des Moines Symphony Orchestra, Cedar Rapids Symphony Orchestra, Iowa Brass Quintet, Green Bay Symphony Orchestra, and with the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra.