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Rachel Tubridy

Rachel Tubridy


Rachel Tubridy



Rachel Tubridy is a third-year undergraduate student at New York University, studying Horn Performance, with minors in Business of Entertainment, Media and Technology, and Broadcast and Multimedia Journalism. She has been playing horn for ten years. With passions for multiple roles in the music field, Rachel possesses a variety of experiences in music performance, education, administration, and composition.

With horn playing, alongside her many orchestral and chamber groups at NYU, Rachel has performed with multiple NYC ensembles, including the Chelsea Symphony, Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra, Brooklyn Wind Symphony, Doctor’s Orchestral Society of New York, and Greenwich Village Orchestra. Rachel has previously studied at the Juilliard Music Advancement Program, and Juilliard Pre-College. She has also attended many prestigious summer music festivals, including the National Symphony Orchestra Summer Music Institute, Imani Winds Chamber Music Festival, Usdan Summer Camp of the Arts, Manhattan School of Music Summer Program, and Juilliard Summer Winds.

Rachel has taught group french horn lessons with Midori and Friends, and has given private horn instruction with the Back to Bach Project and Through the Staff.

In arts administration, Rachel is currently Vice President of the NYU Musical Mentors Club. She also served as Music Outreach Coordinator and Orchestrator/Arranger in the Spring 2023 Production of the Lamplighters NYU Club. She also was the Personnel Apprentice of the 2023 NSO Summer Music Institute.

Rachel is also an accomplished songwriter, having been selected by the Hamilton Education Program in 2020 to perform an original song in the Richard Rodgers Theatre. She was also a winner of the 2021 National Hamilton Education Competition. Additionally, she is a Co-Writer of the Celia Cruz High School Alma Mater.

Professional Experience

  • Concerts/Cabaret
  • Education


  • NYC/Tri-State Area

Interested in touring?

  • Yes

Maestra Expertise

  • Songwriter
  • Orchestrator
  • Incidental Music Composer/Arranger
  • Instrumentalist/Pit Musician
  • Music Contractor/Coordinator
  • Classroom Music Teacher

Primary Instruments

  • French Horn

Additional Instruments

  • Piano

Additional Skills

  • Arts Administration

Current Student?

  • College

Person of Color?

  • Yes