Vicki Boeckman

Vicki Boeckman has been performing and teaching since the 1980s. She was an internationally acclaimed performing and recording artist who traveled all over the US and to many other countries to perform and teach. Vicki resided in Denmark from 1981-2004 and had the opportunity to collaborate with some of the finest musicians of the day including Jaap ter Linden, John Holloway, René Jacobs, Lars Ulrik Mortensen, Pedro Memelsdorf and Markus Zahnhausen. Her Danish recorder trio Wood'N'Flutes had a fantastic 15-year run performing all over Europe and working with contemporary composers in addition to doing children's theater. She was an adjunct professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen for 12 years and taught at the Ishøj Municipal School of Music for 23 years.
Locally Vicki has been a featured soloist with the Seattle Symphony, Seattle
Baroque Orchestra, Portland Baroque Orchestra, The Oregon Symphony,
Portland Opera, Medieval Women's Choir, Gallery Concerts, Philharmonia Northwest Orchestra, and the Skagit Symphony. She is currently music director for the Seattle Recorder Society, co-director for the Recorder
Orchestra of Puget Sound (ROPS), and Artistic Director for the Port Townsend Early Music Workshop.