Marie Irene Heinrich enjoys a varied career as a flutist and music educator. Originally from Boulder, Colorado, Marie is based in Sydney and appears as a freelance solo, orchestral, and chamber musician throughout Australia, North America and New Zealand.
She holds a Masters degree in Music Performance from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and a Bachelors degree in K-12 Music Education from the University of Colorado. Her principal teachers include Christina Jennings, Alexa Still and Aldo Baerten.
Marie has performed with the Palace Gate Orchestra, the Sydney Conservatorium Modern Music Ensemble, the University of Colorado Orchestra and the Colorado Mahlerfest Orchestra. Recent engagements include solo performances at the New Zealand Woodwind Competition, the Gisborne International Music Competition.
Aware that students respond best to differentiated instruction, Marie employs a multitude of techniques into the classroom and private lesson atmosphere: collaborative group work in brainstorming, compiling, and organizing information; student-lead discussions; and animated, teacher-guided learning. Marie also prepares students for Trinity College, ABRSM and AMEB music exams. Aside from her teaching duties, Marie serves as assistant treasurer for the Flute Society of New South Wales.
These details were last updated on October 9, 2013