Jenny Ney is active in the New York area as a teacher and French horn performer. She performs on both modern and historical instruments. She has performed in venues throughout NYC and beyond in orchestral, chamber, jazz, and solo capacities, including such groups as the Juilliard Orchestra and Cayuga Chamber Orchestra. Ms. Ney has participated in the summer music festivals of the National Repertory Orchestra, Chautauqua Institution, Pierre Monteux School, and Blanche Bryden Sunflower Institute.
Ms. Ney works as a Teaching Artist Apprentice with the New York Philharmonic’s School Partnership Program. She began teaching artist work in her recent time at Juilliard, where she was named a Morse Fellow. In this capacity she taught second grade classes at P.S. 11 in Manhattan. Additionally she has ten years of experience teaching private instrumental lessons, including through the Music Advancement Program at Juilliard.
Ms. Ney holds degrees from the Juilliard School and the Eastman School of Music, where she studied with Julie Landsman, Michelle Baker, and W. Peter Kurau. She is currently studying with Eric Reed in the artist diploma program at Rutgers University. She lives in Manhattan with her husband Jon.