Jennifer Regan Volk is a Continuing Lecturer/Philharmonic Mentor of Flute at IPFW and is Principal Flute of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, where she has been a member since 2001. Recent appearances include a 2013 concerto performance with the IPFW Wind Ensemble of Joel Puckett's Shadow of Sirius, participation in the St. Barthelemy Island 2012 Music Festival, as well as performances with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, MusicNOW in Chicago, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra (CSO), including the CSO 2008 New York tour, and 2008 and 2012 European tours. Upcoming performances include Concerto Duo for Flute and Clarinet by Joel Puckett with the Fort Wayne Philharmonic in April of 2014. Volk has appeared as soloist on several occasions with the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, performing Mozart’s Concerto in G Major, and Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 and Concerto No. 5. She won a first prize in the 2003 National Flute Association Young Artist Competition after receiving the Janet Latz Professional Development Scholarship from the Fort Wayne Philharmonic. Upon receipt of her Bachelor of Music from the Eastman School of Music and her Master of Music from Northern Arizona University, Volk appeared throughout Arizona as a guest artist, including appearances for the Arizona Flute Society, the Tucson Flute Club, and the Sedona Chamber Music Festival. She has also been a faculty member of Northern Arizona University and Maryville College and a member of the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, the Flagstaff Symphony, and the Fontana Festival of Music and Art in Michigan.
From Fairfield, Connecticut, Jennifer and her husband Brian are celebrating the recent birth of their daughter, Chloe Elizabeth.