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You can also call (608.829.1969) or email our education coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org for teacher availability. Lessons take place in private studios at Heid Music in Madison.
Brian K., Oboe - Offering Virtual Instruction
Brian Koenig is a composer, multi-instrumentalist and music instructor originally from Monroe, Wisconsin. He grew up playing oboe, piano and guitar while developing an interest in the creation and composition of music. Brian attended University of Wisconsin Whitewater where he received his Bachelor of Music degree with an emphasis on Theory and History and a minor in Arts Management. He recently received a Masters degree in Music Composition from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Lessons are tailored to the individual student with an emphasis on technique, musicality and personal enjoyment. Topics of theory, ear development and composition are also presented in conjunction with learning repertoire. With over 15 years of teaching and performing experience brought to each lesson, many of Brian’s students have gone on to play with successful bands and become teachers themselves. For more information, please visit his website.
Megan O., Flute, Clarinet - Offering Virtual Instruction
Flutist Megan O’Connell recently earned a Master of Music in performance from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and currently serves as Instructor of Flute at Beloit College. While at UW-Madison, Megan studied with Timothy Hagen, Stephanie Jutt, and Jeanne Swack and performed with the UW Symphony Orchestra, Wind Ensemble, Early Music Ensemble, Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, and several small student groups. Winner of UW-Whitewater’s 2014 Symphonic Wind Ensemble Concerto Competition and runner-up in UW-Madison’s 2018 Irving Shain Woodwind/Piano Duo Competition, Megan also earned a Bachelor of Arts in creative writing from UW-Madison (2009) and a Bachelor of Music in flute performance from UW-Whitewater (2015) where she studied with Robin Fellows. Megan currently performs with the Madison-based Impromptu Chamber Orchestra, and in her free time enjoys supporting local live music of all genres.