Division: Woodwind Performance
Position: Adjunct Faculty
Hillary Kimball, instructor of flute, received her Master of Music degree from Duquesne University, where she studied flute with Robert Langevin (New York Philharmonic, principal flute; Juilliard, flute instructor). While at Brigham Young University, where she obtained her bachelor’s degree, she studied flute with Elizabeth Ruppe and Elaine Jorgensen.
Ms. Kimball has had positions in several orchestras, including the Arkansas Symphony and Waterloo-Cedar Falls Symphony, and was principal flute in the Pinnacle Players Chamber Orchestra (Arkansas). She is currently a member of the Timpanogos Symphony. Ms. Kimball’s chamber music experience includes the Pinnacle Players Woodwind Quintet (Arkansas), the Creme de la Creme ensemble (Iowa), and Fife and Strings (Arkansas). She was the first prizewinner of the National Association of Music Clubs Competition and is an active performer and teacher.
In addition to teaching at BYU, Ms. Kimball’s teaching positions include flute instructor at the prestigious Walnut Hill School (Boston), the American School of Music (Boston), and the Pittsburgh City Music Center at Duquesne.
MM, Music Performance, Duquesne University, 1997
BM, Music Performance, Brigham Young University, 1995
Flute lessons (Music 160R-460R)