HEIDI HEPLER, singer,lyricist and actress grew up in the midwest outside of Detroit in Livonia, Michigan. At the age of nine she began singing in her church choir and studying cello. Always involved in school plays and vocal groups, Heidi would eventually meet and begin advanced vocal training with New York lyric coloratura soprano - Marjorie Gordon, who, lucky for Heidi, had moved to Detroit when her husband, the great violist Nathan Gordon became first violist with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Heidi spent time in Los Angeles where she worked with the renowned vocal coach Seth Riggs. Theater and voice studies were continued with the University of Michigan Opera Theater at Interlochen National Arts & Music School.
Hepler uses her unique voice as an instrument - from sounding like
velvet to that of a violin, a melodious panflute and the coloratura of
Mozart's 'Queen of the Night'.
Rhein Nahe Zeitung - Germany
New York, NY
Adjunct professor of Jazz and Commercial Voice at 'Five Towns
College' in Dix Hills, New York.
Private Lessons at 'Ramo Music School' in New York City.