Heidi spends most of her time in Guatemala teaching music to children in the orphanages, but she continues to accept new, online flute and piano students. She has students in 10 different states and across the world, including Africa and China. Heidi returns to Fort Worth, TX, in the summers to teach at Tarrant County College. She's been teaching flute and piano since 1980. She has taught flute at New Mexico State University, and at the University of North Texas and Baylor University as a graduate student. For six years she was the Advertising Editor for the National Flute Association's "Flutist Quarterly." She founded the Albuquerque Flute Association with her flute teacher, Frank Bowen in 1984. She completed all but her dissertation at the University of North Texas for a Doctorate of Musical Arts in flute performance. She arranges music for her students and for flute choir. She owns five auxiliary flutes-an Eb flute, a piccolo, a bass flute, two alto flutes, and plays on a handmade Brannen-Cooper flute. She has had articles published in "Flute Talk" and "Emerson Flute Forum." Heidi is delighted to share her vast knowledge of music with her students.
Job description includes teaching private flute lessons and classes in Music Appreciation and The Fundamentals of Music.
Job description included teaching high school and middle school band, choir, and guitar and teaching general music education to Pre-Kindergarten students through 5th grade.
Job description included teaching undergraduate flute students and small group ensembles.
Job descriptions included teaching flute music major students.
Job description included teaching flute and chamber music.
Heidi's grade point average never dropped below a 3.5 and graduated "with distinction."