Wren Pfahl is an arts administrator, photographer, and flutist living in Oklahoma City since 2016. Originally from Hendersonville, Tennessee, she received her Bachelor’s and Master's degrees in Flute Performance from Oklahoma City University in 2018 and 2020, respectively. She served as principal flutist with the OCU Symphony Orchestra, Wind Philharmonic, and Opera and Musical Theatre Orchestra and is a section flutist with the Oklahoma Composer’s Orchestra.
In 2017, she was a winner of OCU’s Concerto Competition and was the Woodwind Division winner of the Oklahoma City Community Orchestra Young Artist Competition performing the Concerto for Piccolo, RV 443 by Antonio Vivaldi. In 2018, she was a finalist in the Oklahoma Flute Society’s Young Artist Competition and performed as a soloist with the Oklahoma City Society of Strings Sinfonia. She has performed in masterclasses for world-renowned soloists and clinicians such as Amy Porter and Mimi Stillman.
Wren began as an intern with Oklahoma Youth Orchestras in 2017. She was appointed as the Community Relations Coordinator in 2018, promoted to Manager in 2020, and promoted to her current position as Communications Director in 2021. In addition to has serving as a sectional coach for OYO and OYW, she also oversees the Student Leadership Council. Outside of music and photography, Wren enjoys thrifting, reading Stephen King novels, and watching movies with her two cats, Kitty and Atticus.