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Heather Hoefle

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Heather Hoefle

Biography

Heather Archer Hoefle (b. 8 October, 1966, Indianapolis, Ind.) is an American educator and composer.

Growing up in Indianapolis, she studied flute with Philip Sample and Rebecca Price of the Indianapolis Symphony. Ms. Hoefle is a graduate of Indiana University in Bloomington, with degrees in flute performance and audio technology. She earned her educational certification from DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois, and earned a Master of Music degree from VanderCook College of Music in Chicago. At Indiana University in Bloomington, she was a student of renowned flute soloist Carol Wincenc. In addition to the orchestras at IU, she also performed with the Indianapolis Symphony. In 2000 she founded and became principal flutist in the Tudor Winds Wind Quintet, which performs professionally in the Chicago area.

As a public school teacher, Mrs. Hoefle has successfully taught band at grades 5 through12. Finding her love of teaching beginners, she started composing and arranging for her bands. As a current teacher, active clinician and commissioned composer, Ms. Hoefle has a firm grasp of the development of the beginning band student, and her compositions reflect the needs and wants of these students.

She currently teaches in the Flossmoore School District 161, Illinois.


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