Shannon Wolfe is a clarinetist and music educator in San Diego. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in music from San Diego State University and Seattle Pacific University. In her music career she has played in orchestras, wind ensembles, jazz bands, chamber groups, and pit orchestras all along the west coast. Some highlights include playing principal clarinet on Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade and Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony, playing in the productions of Into the Woods in Seattle and Little Women in San Diego, and performing music for orcas in the San Juan Islands.
Shannon believes that a quality music education is something every child deserves. With that mindset, Shannon taught music at a camp for students with disabilities and led music classes at an after-school program in Seattle. Currently, she is teaching private clarinet and saxophone lessons and coaching clarinet and saxophone at various schools around San Diego. She enjoys inspiring and motivating students to try their hardest and to never give up.
In her free time, Shannon enjoys walking on the beach, swimming, and making coffee drinks.