Part-Time Instructor: Horn
Office: Sanborn Hall 101
B.M., Wheaton College Conservatory of Music
M.M., Northwestern University
Kimberly McCann earned a Bachelor of Music Degree from Wheaton College Conservatory of Music in Wheaton, Illinois. She went on to earn a Masters Degree in Horn Performance from Northwestern University, where she studied with Dale Clevenger. During her studies in the Chicago area, she played with numerous off-Broadway productions and local symphony orchestras, including Chicago’s Classical Symphony. Since moving to the Columbus area nearly 15 years ago, Ms. McCann has become a desired teacher and performer in Central Ohio. She is principal horn in the Newark Granville Symphony, Westerville Symphony Orchestra, and WindWorks chamber winds. She has been featured as a soloist with the Newark Granville Symphony, the Westerville Symphony, and the Knox County Symphony. In November 2008, Kimberly appeared with WindWorks as a soloist, premiering Beethoven’s Horn Sonata as arranged for solo horn and wind accompaniment. She has also made appearances with the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra as an offstage soloist, and Mannheim Steamroller.
Ms. McCann is also Adjunct Professor of Horn at Capital University, Otterbein College, Kenyon College, Mount Vernon Nazarene University, and maintains a small private studio.