Join us on Wednesday, October 6, 2021 at 7 PM for the first Dorothy Rose Smith Concert of the 2021-2022 season! The concert will be available for viewing in person in Highland’s sanctuary or by livestream on this page. Jocelyn Crosby is a solo concert artist, freelance performer, and collaborative musician based in Lancaster. Together with her accompanist, Doug Winer, she performs concerts of engaging repertoire with a wide audience in mind. This program–entitled Diamond Mine–includes works by Valerie Coleman, Ian Clarke and Theobald Boehm.
Ms. Crosby is a 2021 scholarship recipient and performer for the international Galway Flute Festival. She was featured on the Philadelphia, PA radio station WHYY’s House Concert Series, has subbed at the Fulton Theatre in their pit orchestra and performed with the popular Lancaster ensemble, Vivace Live. Ms. Crosby additionally serves as a board member for the Flute Society of Greater Philadelphia.
Ms. Crosby teaches the flute out of her home in Lancaster and at the Trappe Community Music School in Royersford, PA. She previously taught at the Lancaster Conservatory of Music prior to its 2020 dissolution and taught music classes at the Pennsylvania Leadership Charter School in West Chester, PA. Ms. Crosby holds a Bachelor of Music in Flute Performance and Music Education from Temple University, where she later earned a Master of Music in Music History. Ms. Crosby enjoys living in Lancaster with her husband and two cats and is a member of St. Stephen Reformed Church in New Holland.