Guinevere McIntyre

Teaching Artist of Horn
Office Location: FAC 421
515-271-4835
guinevere.mcintyre@drake.edu
Guinevere McIntyre Recordings
Horn Studio

Guinevere McIntyre has led an active horn studio at Drake University since she was appointed teaching artist in 2006.

Ms. McIntyre has held positions as Assistant Principal horn with the Charlotte Symphony, Co-principal horn with the Midland-Odessa Symphony, Principal horn with Houston’s progressive OrchestraX and the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra, and hornist with Houston's leading music theatre company, Theatre Under the Stars (TUTS). Additionally, she has performed with the Shreveport Symphony, South Arkansas Symphony, Longview Symphony, Abilene Symphony, Cedar Rapids Symphony, and the Des Moines Symphony Orchestras.

She has had the honor to back up a variety of artists in concert, from Joshua Bell to fiddler Mark O’Connor to popular artists James Taylor, Dennis DeYoung, Josh Groban, and the Moody Blues. She was engaged as principal horn in the New York String Orchestra Seminar for concerts in Carnegie Hall with Jaime Laredo. Recordings and broadcasts include Mahler Symphony No. 3 as Principal horn with the IU Philharmonic, Arpad Joo, conductor, and the Schubert Octet on “Live from Festival Hill".
Ms. McIntyre is also active as a chamber musician, and has performed with the Houston-based woodwind quintet Wind Expressions, the Drake University Faculty Brass Quintet, and the Des Moines Symphony Woodwind Quintet. She toured the Rheinland-Pfaltz region of Germany with renowned saxophone soloist Eugene Rousseau, under the German government sponsored chamber music program Villa Musika, featuring music for woodwind quintet plus saxophone. As part of the European Mozart Foundation, she performed chamber music concerts in Krakow, Poland, and Prague, Czech Republic. Also an accomplished performer on the natural horn, she toured with the IU Baroque Orchestra as co-soloist with IU natural horn professor Richard Seraphinoff, and in 2007, was engaged to perform as soloist with the Baroque Orchestra of Iowa.

Trained by some of the world’s most respected artists and pedagogues, most influential being Myron Bloom, Michael Hatfield, Philip Farkas, and Frank Portone, she shares a breadth of international experience with her students. At the Krakow Mozart Academy, Ms. McIntyre had the opportunity to study with legendary European musicians including Aurele Nicolet, Milan Turkovich, Andre Cazalet, and Boris Pergamenchikow. She received her high school diploma from North Carolina School of the Arts, and her Bachelors and Masters degrees in Music Performance from Indiana University-Bloomington.

Ms. McIntyre has enjoyed invitations to teach students regionally, nationally, and internationally, from close to home in area high schools in private lessons and master classes, to working with students at the University of Nanjing (China) as guest lecturer in horn in the spring of 2013. Her students have been accepted for further studies at institutions such as Indiana University-Bloomington, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Mannes, and the Manhattan School of Music.

Beyond her musical activities, Ms. McIntyre and her husband Eric raise an entertaining assortment of dairy goats, chickens, turkeys, and two active sons on their farms outside Grinnell, Iowa.

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