Mindy Heinsohn, Flute

Flutist Mindy Heinsohn is an active soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral player. Her performances have taken her from Europe to Central America and around the United States and Canada. In 2010, Ms. Heinsohn made her Carnegie Hall debut with Yale Philharmonia under the baton of Kryzstof Penderecki. She has also worked with other notable conductors including Marin Alsop, Reinbert de Leeuw, Peter Oundjian and Guillermo Figueroa.

Ms. Heinsohn has performed in a number of festivals, including the Chesapeake Chamber Music Festival, the Pablo Casals Festival in Puerto Rico, Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, the Narnia Music Festival in Italy, Moritzburg Festival Academy, Brevard Music Center, and the Boston University Tanglewood Institute. She has collaborated with internationally acclaimed artists such as Ani Kavafian, David Shifrin, Yura Lee, Marcy Rosen, and members of Ensemble Raro.

A dedicated pedagogue, Mindy has served on the faculty at Washington College, the Brigitte Steck Musikschule in Germany, and the International School of Music. She also presents annual master classes at La Escuela Municipal de Música in Guatemala. Ms. Heinsohn holds a Master of Music from the prestigious Yale School of Music, as well as a Bachelor’s degree from Peabody Conservatory where she studied with world-renowned flutist Marina Piccinini. Other principal teachers include Ransom Wilson, Carol Wincenc, and Mimi Stillman.

Ms. Heinsohn is currently a member of the Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra. She resides in Puerto Rico, where she is an actor, model, and co-founder of LIVE Performing Arts Studio, which trains young talent who are looking to pursue careers in music.