Audrey Flores is a freelancing horn player in New York City. She attended the Juilliard School in 2001 and the Mannes College of Music in 200, and regularly plays in Broadway productions and with orchestras in the tri-state area. Formerly Principal Horn of both the Allentown Symphony and Symphony in C in Camden, NJ, Audrey has also played with the New World Symphony, the Miami Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey Festival Orchestra, the Jerusalem Symphony, the New York Philharmonic, the Mariinsky Orchestra, and the Orpheus Chamber Ensemble. When Audrey joined Local 802, she won a position in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular Orchestra in 2011 and 2012, and in the New York Spectacular in the summer of 2016. She released her first solo album in June of 2017. She is a Teaching Artist for Midori and Friends, an organization in New York City that works in tandem with the Department of Education to supplement and provide music instruction for public school students. She taught beginning and intermediate brass at the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music in Palestine in 2006, and coached chamber music for the Juilliard Pre-College Program in 2005. She specializes in teaching beginning brass students. She began playing the horn at the age of 11 and immediately fell in love with it, and made it her life goal to play in NYC. Audrey is married to a horn player that also freelances in NYC. Together, they have a son and daughter, ages 2 years and 2 months, that both love the horn and their 9 year old rescue pug, Rocky.
Audrey currently plays concerts and parties on a solo basis, but she is also happy to gather her colleagues to create horn quartets and brass quintets. She is happy to play church services, outdoor events, solo performances with orchestras, and even children's events. She also arranges music and is happy to customize your event on a more personal basis by performing any music you can think to request. Audrey also enjoys teaching students of any age and level, and can teach in her own home or will travel to the homes of her students.