Erin Hobbs Reichert
Erin Hobbs Reichert received her Bachelor of Music degrees in Trumpet Performance and Music Education from CSULB in 2009, where she studied with Rob Frear and Christopher Still. During her undergraduate studies, she toured with the Wind Symphony in the United Kingdom in 2002 and performed in various ensembles, including playing principal trumpet in the Symphony Orchestra. After graduating, she went on to receive her teaching credentials in music and multiple subjects and taught elementary music in the Walnut Valley Unified School District for five years.
Erin currently teaches for Harmony Project Long Beach and plays professionally as well as teaches privately in the LA and Orange County areas. She plays principal trumpet for the Orange County Millennial Choirs and Orchestras and managed the orchestra for OCMCO from 2012-2015, which included several recording sessions and a performance at the ACDA National Conference in Dallas in 2013. Erin served as a conducting fellow for the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra for the 2016-2017 concert season and recently completed her graduate degree in Orchestral Conducting at CSULB studying under Dr. Johannes Müller Stosch.
When she’s not doing musical things, Erin loves hanging out with her awesome family, traveling, making delicious food, and participating in all sorts of outdoor activities. She is blessed with a perfect husband and an adorable daughter, who quite possibly might be the cutest baby in the entire world.