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Jessica Campbell holds the position of third bassoon & contrabassoon with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra. Mrs. Campbell is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Arizona. She received her Bachelor of Music degree from Columbus (GA) State University and a Master of Music degree from Florida State University. From 1999-2004, Mrs. Campbell taught summer music workshops for the Urban League of Greater Columbus, Georgia. She has performed with the Tallahassee, Albany (GA), and Columbus (GA) Symphonies, and the Springer Opera House and was principal bassoon of the Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra. Mrs. Campbell was the first-prize winner of the Columbus State University Concerto Competition in 1999, the competition’s inaugural year. She is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda, Mu Phi Epsilon, and the International Double Reed Society. Her principal teachers include Ronald Wirt, William Ludwig, Jeffrey Keesecker, and William Dietz. She has performed in master classes with Michael McCraw, John Steinmetz, Jeffrey Lyman, Robert Williams, John Hunt, and William Waterhouse. Mrs. Campbell is also a teaching artist for the Opening Minds through the Arts program.