Susan Hoeppner, flauto
Defi nita dal Toronto Globe ‘Solista nata’ e ‘artista che parla con il fl auto’ dal Washington Post, la canadese Susan Hoeppner è artista riconosciuta ai vertici del concertismo mondiale con presenza nelle Americhe in Europa e in Asia. Susan è artista Haynes, la storica etichetta di Boston, di cui suona e rappresenta i fl auti. Laureatasi alla Juilliard School di New York, sotto la guida di Julius Baker, è professore al Royal Conservatory Glenn Gould School e all’Università di Musica
di Toronto.

Susan Hoeppner flute
Is an established international soloist, recitalist and chamber musician, and is highly regarded for her deep musicality and dazzling virtuosity. She has performed throughout six continents and has appeared as guest soloist with orchestras around the world. Ms. Hoeppner is a respected recording artist and has been nominated
for a JUNO award, Canada’s highest musical honour. She enjoys commissioning and performing new works of Canadian composers, and is eager to continue adding diverse music to the fl ute repertoire.
Susan graduated from the celebrated Juilliard School in New York, and currently is on the Faculty of Music at University of Toronto, The Glenn Gould School and Phil and Eli Taylor Performance Academy for Young Artists at the Royal Conservatory of Music. She frequently gives masterclasses as a visiting artist in conservatories and universities worldwide. When she’s not performing, teaching or travelling, Susan enjoys DIY projects involving a power drill, glue gun and crafts, as well as rearranging furniture, decor and organizing anything any opportunity she gets. Susan resides in Toronto, Canada.

Pianista collaboratrice / Piano accompaniment

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