Angela Collier Reynolds

Flutist, Teacher, and Performer

 NEWS!


February 25:
Angela is a featured performer for the Inaugural Concerts of the 

Charles Washington Chamber Music Society at Happy Retreat

Charles Town, WV

For more details, see upcoming performances on the Home page/Schedule



December 11, 2017:

Xavier Evans, high school junior student of Angela's placed 2nd chair flute in WV All-State Band!

Kudos, Xavier!



November 10, 2017: 

Angela has been selected as a First Prize Winner in the
Rome Grand Prize Virtuoso International Music Competition.
She will be featured in a debut performance at the
Teatro Studio, Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome, Italy on December 19, 2017.



November 1, 2017:
Angela has now been selected as a Finalist in the Instrumental Soloist division of 
The American Prize for Instrumental Performance. 
Winners will be announced later this year! 



September 1, 2017:
Angela has been selected as a Semi-Finalist in the college/university 
division of The American Prize national competition in the performing arts. 
Finalists will be announced later this year! 



June 2017: 
Angela has been named the recipient of the 2017 Sigma Alpha Iota Grant for Doctoral Study!



May 6, 2017:
Officially Dr. Angela Collier-Reynolds!



January 9, 2017:
As a result of the London Grand Prize Virtuoso Competition, Angela was awarded an Excellence Special Prize. 
She will perform at the Weill Recital Hall at 
Carnegie Hall on March 13, 2017 at 7:30PM.



October 28, 2016:
Angela was recently awarded second prize in the 
London Grand Prize International Virtuoso Music Competition. 
As a winner, she was invited to perform at the 
Elgar Room, Royal Albert Hall in London on December 13, 2016!



October 18, 2016:
Angela is officially A.B.D.



September 20, 2016:
Angela and her husband Patrick Reynolds are featured in a call for scores posted by Vox Novus.
Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame will feature 15 one-minute scores for flute and trombone
 by 15 composers selected from submissions. For more information, see the call for scores at: