Services for Jacqueline S. Faulkner, a flutist who owned a music store, will be held at 11 a.m. today at Sol Levinson & Bros. funeral establishment, 6010 Reisterstown Road.
Mrs. Faulkner, who was 42 and lived on Terrapin Court in Pikesville, died Sunday of cancer at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.
She organized the Orpheus Quartet, which plays classical music at social, charitable and religious events, and had been principal flutist with the Baltimore Chamber Consort.
She taught flute until her death, and a week and a half ago judged high school students who were auditioning for statewide and countywide bands.
A former president of the Baltimore Flute Club and coordinator of clubs in the Middle Atlantic region for the National Flute Association, she brought internationally known flutists to Baltimore for master classes and concerts.
She had owned The Music Store, which sold classical and Broadway sheet music in the 300 block of North Charles Street, for about three years.
She was born Jacqueline Sarkin in Baltimore and graduated from Pikesville Senior High School and Towson State University, where she was a music major. She studied with Timothy Day and Bonnie Lake of the Baltimore Symphony and in 1968 with Jean-Pierre Rampal in Basel, Switzerland.
After graduating from the University of Baltimore law school in 1973, she investigated white-collar crime cases in the Baltimore state's attorney's office for a short time.
Her husband, Max Faulkner, owns Britannia Ltd., a printing company.
A member of the National Council of Jewish Women, she also served on the graduation committee of the Beth El Congregation Hebrew School, where her daughter, Rachel Ann Faulkner, is a student.
In addition to her husband and daughter, her survivors include her father, Leon Sarkin of Baltimore.