Horn player Gabrielle Finck teaches horn lessons and masterclasses at Towson. She is part of the Towson University Faculty Brass Quintet and Quintigre, the faculty woodwind quintet at Towson.
Finck also works full-time as an orchestral musician, as Associate Principal Horn of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, and as Principal Horn of the Santa Fe Opera Orchestra. Before simultaneously holding these posts, she was a member of the National Symphony Orchestra, the Chicago Civic Orchestra, and performed with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and the New World Symphony in Florida. As a soloist, Gabrielle has appeared with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and the Towson University Symphonic Band, and she has participated in the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, Washington, DC's 21st Century Consort, the Smithsonian Chamber Orchestra, and Kennedy Center Chamber music.
Finck completed her education at Boston University's College of Fine Arts, where she studied with Eric Ruske and James Sommerville. After receiving her bachelor's degree, she attended the Tanglewood Music Center for two summers and also studied with another important teacher, William Barnewitz, of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra.
In her spare time, Finck enjoys hiking, cooking, reading, and telling jokes.