Heather Clark has established herself as one of Los Angeles' most sought after flute players.
Her orchestral resume includes present and past positions as principal flute with the LA Opera Orchestra, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, the Pacific Symphony, and the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra. During her career in Los Angeles, she has performed with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra and numerous other Los Angeles regional orchestras.
She is also a regular in Hollywood's recording studios and can be heard on hundreds of major motion picture soundtracks including Rio, Life of Pi, and Frozen. Her resume includes working with the finest film composers including John Williams, Danny Elfman and James Horner. In addition, she has worked with a variety of recording artists including Barbra Streisand, Josh Grobin, Flea, Michael Buble and Carrie Underwood.
In 1994, Ms. Clark was awarded first prize in the National Flute Association's Young Artist Competition.
In addition to her performing career, she has become a leader in teaching audition skills. She was a pioneer in creating Flute Audition Bootcamp, specializing in preparing students mentally and technically for their auditions. She teaches at California State University Northridge.