Suzanne Jordheim (she/her)

Suzanne Bunker Jordheim, Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra
Campus Address
Music-Drama Center
Room B28
Conservatory of Music
Lecturer of Music and Teacher of Flute

Suzanne Jordheim was a winner of the National Flute Association Professional Performers Competition and has performed in recitals at the National Flute Association Convention and Carnegie Recital Hall. She received her Bachelor of Music degree in flute performance magna cum laude from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon. Ms. Jordheim was a graduate assistant at Northwestern University where she graduated with a Master of Music degree in flute performance. She has studied flute with Walfrid Kujala, William Bennett, Robert Aiken, and Jean Pierre Rampal.

Ms. Jordheim has performed as soloist with the Oregon, Seattle, Fox Valley, Oshkosh, and Lanzhou-China Symphony orchestras and toured throughout forty-four states as flute soloist with the "Fred Waring Show." She has performed for "Young Audiences," "Sunday Afternoon Live from the Elvehjem" on Wisconsin Public Radio, and in Dave Brubeck's cantata "Beloved Son," which was broadcast on Wisconsin Public Television. Most recently, Ms. Jordheim performed at the Electronic Music Midwest conference as well as for the College Music Society, Great Lakes Region conference.

Since 1993, Ms. Jordheim has taught flute, music education, and conducted the flute ensemble at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. An active performer and teacher, she has presented numerous flute master classes throughout the Midwest and in China. She has served on the national advisory board of the Gemeinhardt Flute Company and plays flute and piccolo in the Fox Valley Symphony.


Bachelor of Music in Flute Performance, Lewis and Clark College
Master of Music in Flute Performance, Northwestern University
Years at Lawrence