Anne-Audrey Hetz

Audrey-Anne Hetz is recognized in the field of bassoon teaching.
She obtained her Pedagogy MASTER in 2011 at the CNSM in Paris, four years after her Soloist Diploma.
She earned her first distinctions in Metz, France, where she was born: first price awards in bassoon and chamber music, DEUG in musicology and the teacher diploma “Diplôme d’état”. Then, she followed the classes of Laurent Lefèvre at the Conservatoire Regional de Paris from 2000 to 2003 and of Gilbert Audin at Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique in Paris for the next three years. Her meeting with Georg Klütsch at the Musikhochschule in Cologne (Germany) in 2006 was instrumental in her music teaching and sound conception.
She also took masterclasses with David Walter, Dag Jensen, Maurice Bourgue, Michel Lethiec, as well as with composers like Claude Ledoux.
She is currently a regular guest in major orchestras (Philharmonics of Radio-France, Luxembourg, Mulhouse, Opéra de Massy) and she has been a member of the Luxembourg Chamber Orchestra since 2014.
Audrey-Anne Hetz started teaching in 2003 and has already taught more than fifty students. She is willing to develop their taste for the pleasure in bassoon playing, while using a methodology focused on success.
She also plays contrabassoon and baroque bassoon.