Alexandra Hennig Fife is a horn player and a Cleveland, Ohio, native. Mrs. Fife received her Bachelor of Music degree from the University of South Carolina, and her Master of Music degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music. Her past instructors include Richard Solis, Robert Pruzin, Hans Clebsch and Robert Rearden. Mrs. Fife has performed in the Sydney Opera House as well as the National Centre for the Performing Arts Concert Hall in China. She has played with the South Carolina Philharmonic Orchestra, Firelands Symphony Orchestra, Opera Per Tutti, and the Victoria Symphony Orchestra, where she recently won the second horn position. Although she is primarily an orchestral performer, she also enjoys chamber music. She was a founding member of Garnet Winds, a woodwind quintet that received a grant to give monthly performances at a veteran’s hospital. Garnet Winds also won the Music Teacher’s National Association wind chamber contest in South Carolina in 2013. Mrs. Fife was also a member of the USC Carolina Brass Quintet, which won composer Greg Bartholomew’s Burke and Bagley Prize in 2012. Alexandra Hennig Fife currently resides in Leander, Texas, where she has a private studio of horn students.