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Music Center of the Northwest

901 N 96TH ST

Seattle, Washington 98103

United States

Company Description

Music Center of the Northwest is a non-profit community music school located in North Seattle. We believe in the transformative power of music in the lives of people and our community. With a commitment to music education and live performance, Music Cente ... more

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Employment History

Teacher

Royal Danish Academy of Music

Music Director

Seattle Recorder Society

Music Director

Portland Recorder Society

Affiliations

Faculty
Cornish College of the Arts

Education

Royal Academy of Music

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ensembles

excellent video Recorder Power

music and modern flute

California State University , Northridge

recorder informances

Artist Diploma program

Cornish College of the Arts

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Vicki Boeckman is a well-known pillar of the recorder community in Seattle and Portland, and in demand as a teacher pretty much all over the United States, teaching at workshops across the country and in British Columbia. She is a passionate performer of all styles of music and her career has been a highly rewarding journey performing with wonderful musicians throughout Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Germany, Austria, Italy, England, Scotland and British Columbia. She has recorded about 15 Cds with various ensembles and loves playing a wide variety of musical styles. Vicki has been the Artistic Director of the PTEMW since 2011. Vicki resided in Denmark from 1981-2004. While in Europe she collaborated with    some of the finest musicians of the day such as Jaap ter Linden, John Holloway, René Jacobs, Lars Ulrik Mortensen, Pedro Memelsdorf and Markus Zahnhausen. She was an adjunct professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen for 12 years, and taught at the Ishøj Municipal School of Music for 23 years. A recorder youth orchestra founded by Vicki and Danish colleague Dorte Lester still continues to flourish.
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Since settling in Seattle in 2004, Vicki has been a featured soloist with the Portland Baroque Orchestra, Portland Opera, Philharmonia Northwest Orchestra and the Skagit Symphony. She was a returning guest with choral ensemble Magnificat in the Bay Area from 2008 - 2016, and performs with Seattle Baroque Orchestra, Pacific Music Works, Medieval Women's Choir and Gallery Concerts.
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Vicki is a two-time recipient of the Recorder residency at the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology in Oregon, and a two-time recipient of the Jack Straw Artist Support Program. Vicki was director for the Portland Recorder Society from 2006-2015 and is currently the music director for the Seattle Recorder Society and co-director for the Recorder Orchestra of Puget Sound (ROPS). She has been the Artistic Director for the Port Townsend Early Music Workshop since 2011 and the Columbia Gorge Early Music Retreat since 2008. She loves getting to know each and every one of the participants and welcomes the organizational challenges that directing workshops require. Vicki adores teaching children as well as adults. She has been on the faculty of the Music Center of the Northwest in Seattle since 2005 as well as having a thriving teaching studio in her home. Visit Vicki's website at www.vickiboeckman.com Here's what folks have to say about Vicki's teaching: Vicki exudes a warmth and openness that people immediately respond to. Demanding in her standards for the quality of musc but never impatient or critical of people's limitations. She understands what makes music important, fun, and accessible to all. Last updated on: November 21, 2016 The Faculty VICKI BOECKMAN ARTISTIC  DIRECTOR,RECORDER, Seattle, Washington
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Vicki and Jo did a wonderful job - warm, welcoming and helpful. We were informed from early on and always had our questions answered promptly. Special thanks to Vicki and Jo for all their organizing:  Vicki for her relaxed, vivacious hospitality and Jo for her quiet, ever-pleasant efficiency.  The workshop was terrific. Thanks Vicki and Jo for a well- run, organized and fun workshop!  Jo you are so calm and helpful. Vicki you do a great job being an emcee and are so welcoming to everyone as you mingle.


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VICKI BOECKMAN, Music Director, ROPS Co-Director. Well known as soloist, chamber musician, and recording artist in the United States and Europe.  She taught and performed in Copenhagen from 1981 - 2004 including 12 years as a faculty member at the Royal Danish Academy of Music.  Now a resident of Seattle, Vicki has a large private studio and has been on the faculty of the Music Center of the Northwest since Feb. 2005. She teaches at workshops all over the country and has been a featured soloist with the Seattle Baroque Orchestra, Philharmonia Northwest Orchestra, Gallery Concerts, the Northwest Girl Choir, and the Medieval Women's Choir.


Seattle Baroque Orchestra's Artists

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Vicki Boeckman

Vicki Boeckman is one of the leading recorder artists of her generation. She has performed throughout Scandinavia, the United States, England, Scotland and Germany, and has appeared on countless productions for Danish radio and television. As a soloist, she has performed with chamber orchestras in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Germany, and the United States. She can be heard on the Kontra Punkt, Classico, Horizon, Musical Heritage America, Paula, Kadanza, and Primavera labels.
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Vicki resided in Denmark from 1981-2004. While there she taught recorder, chamber music, performance practices and pedagogy at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen, and recorder to children of all ages at the Ishøj Municipal School of Music. She co-founded a regional recorder orchestra for children and young adults and has coached and taught at workshops sponsored by early music and recorder societies in Arizona, California, Colorado, Indiana, Massachusetts, New Mexico, New York, Oregon and Washington. She has been on the faculty of the Music Center of the Northwest in Seattle since February 2005. Ms. Boeckman was co-founder of two popular Danish-based ensembles: Opus 4, which concentrates on performing trio sonatas from the 17th and 18th centuries, and Wood'N'Flutes, a recorder trio playing works spanning the Middle Ages to the 21st century. Wood'N'Flutes has had two American tours, one in January 2003 and another in March of 2005. she has been the recipient of many grants and awards and was chosen to be the recorder Artist-in-Residence at the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology in Oregon in May 2005.
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Her chamber music collaborations include performances with violinists Stanley Ritchie, Carla Moore and Jaap Schroeder; singers Julianne Baird, Ellen Hargis and Ann Monoyios; and recorder virtuosi Marion Verbruggen, Clea Galhano, and Vicki Boeckman.


Medieval Womens Choir Soloists

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Vicki Boeckman, Recorder
Vicki Boeckman is an active and passionate performer of all styles of music and plays all sizes of recorders. Her travels and performances have taken her across the United States as well as Denmark, Norway, Sweden, England, Scotland and Germany. Since settling in Seattle in 2004, Vicki has been a featured soloist with the Seattle Baroque Orchestra, the Portland Baroque Orchestra, Portland Opera, Philharmonia Northwest Orchestra, Medieval Women's Choir, Gallery Concerts and the Northwest Girl Choir. She is actively involved in the Seattle Recorder Society and is the Music Director for the Portland Recorder Society. Vicki coaches and teaches at workshops all over the country. She is a faculty member at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, and has been on the faculty of the Music Center of the Northwest since 2005. Vicki resided in Denmark from 1981-2004. She taught at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen for 12 years, and at the Ishøj Municipal School of Music for 23 years. She was co-founder of two Danish-based ensembles: Opus 4, and Wood'N'Flutes, and continues to perform with these ensembles as often as she can. Vicki was awarded the 2010 recorder residency at the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, where her project was to prepare six sonatas by Franceso Barsanti for a CD recording, which will soon be released.

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