Doris Reinhardt received her Bachelor of Music degree from Oberlin College Conservatory of Music in Ohio and her Master of Music degree from The Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. She spent a year in Salzburg, Austria as a student at the Mozarteum Academy of Performing Arts, and the following summer was invited to perform with the Mozarteum Orchestra for the Salzburg Music Festival. She has studied flute with Robert Willoughby, Britton Johnson, and Helmut Zangerle.
Mrs. Reinhardt taught instrumental music in Howard County, Baltimore City, and in the Baltimore County Public Schools. While teaching orchestra and band, she also started a steel drum program of fourth and fifth graders that performed at many schools and other venues in Maryland and Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Reinhardt is principal flutist with the Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra, a member of the Opus 5 Woodwind Quintet, and a founding member of the steel drum band, “Steel Pandemic”. She is the former director of the Baltimore String Orchestra Camp, is active as an adjudicator of music festivals, and maintains a private flute studio at her home in Fallston.