About Annie Bosler

Dr. Annie Bosler, known as a specialist in brass pedagogy for young students, currently manages a private horn studio and teaches at Cal State University, Northridge. For nearly ten years, she taught at the Colburn School for Performing Arts, during which time she recruited the largest studio within the Winds, Brass, and Percussion Departments. She has former horn students in almost every major conservatory across the country. In addition, Annie acted as the horn consultant to actress Shailene Woodley on The Secret Life of the American Teenager. Previously holding the title of Colburn School Director of Wellness, Annie travels around the world lecturing about wellness for musicians. Named a TED Educator in 2017, Dr. Bosler co-wrote How to practice effectively…for just about anythingwhich received over 34 million views. As a freelance horn player, Annie has performed with almost every orchestra in Southern California including the Los Angeles Philharmonic and San Diego Symphony and has toured with John Williams’ Star Wars in Concert and with Josh Groban. She has appeared on Dancing with the Stars, The Ellen Show, PBS’s Live from Lincoln Center and shared the stage with Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney on CBS’s The Beatles: The Night That Changed America. She played with both Arianna Grande and Chance the Rapper at The Grammy’s, Sean Combs (P-Diddy) at The American Music Awards, and Wu-Tang Clan at Coachella. Annie holds a BFA from Carnegie Mellon University where she played varsity tennis, and a MM and DMA from the University of Southern California. She has a love for teaching, writing, producing film projects, Instagram, agriculture, traveling, playing tennis, and watching college football. For more information, visit: www.anniebosler.com