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Department of Music and Theatre

Ryan Heimlich, MA

Lecturer
Studio - Woodwinds
Ryan Heimlich holds a Bachelor's Degree in Music from The University of California, Berkeley and a Master's Degree in Music from California State University, Chico, studying clarinet with Dr. Robert Calonico at UC Berkeley and Dr. Russell Burnham at CSU, Chico.  Furthermore, Ryan has served as Assistant Conductor of the North State Symphony and Graduate Assistant to the CSU, Chico Bands, studying conducting with Dr. Kyle Wiley Pickett and Dr. Royce Tevis at CSU, Chico.  Ryan currently teaches band, jazz band, choir, and music theory at Pleasant Valley High School and clarinet at CSU, Chico.  Ryan has performed with The Temptations, Amy Grant, the North State Symphony, North Valley Chamber Singers, Napa Valley Choral Society, Paradise Symphony, CSU, Chico Chamber Music Series, CSU, Chico Choral and Wind Ensembles, the Shasta Symphony, and many other music and theater productions.  Furthermore, Ryan has conducted Spamalot, The Will Rogers Follies, and The Addams Family for Chico State, as well as Les Miserables for California Regional Theater, and has appeared as a soloist with the Chico State Wind Ensemble and North State Symphony.  Ryan is also adjunct faculty at Chico State, where he teaches clarinet and Instrumental Music Education courses, and is a member of National Association for Music Education, California Band Director's Association, and Northern California Band Director's Association, where he currently serves as President.
Portrait of Ryan Heimlich, MA
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Course Instruction
  • MUSC 110G Woodwinds: Studio Instruction
  • MUSC 310G Woodwinds: Studio Instruction