Angela Muller holds a Masters degree in wind conducting from the University of Denver as well as a Bachelors of Music Education with an emphasis in flute performance from the University of Northern Colorado. Mrs. Muller has eight years teaching experience as a high school band director, middle school band director, and an elementary music teacher in the public school systems in Florida and Colorado. She has been teaching privately for twelve years.
Mrs. Muller has studied conducting under Joseph Martin, Lawrence Golan, Richard Mayne, Kenneth Singleton, Eric Whitacre, Mallory Thompson, Kevin Sedatole, Eugene Corporon, and James Jordan.
Past flute teachers of Mrs. Muller include Pamela Endsley, Sylvia Greenfield, Julie Duncan-Thornton, and Michelle Stanley. She has also participated in a Masterclass with Marcos Granados.
Angela Muller has placed in the top three of the Hugh McMillen Conducting Competition and the Glenn Miller Scholarship Competition. She has participated in the Michigan State Conducting Symposium as well as the University of Northern Colorado Conducting Workshop.
Mrs. Muller has held the following teaching positions: Assistant Director of the Lamont Wind Ensemble, coach for the Fabulous Four Flute Quartet, Band/Choir director at Edward H. White High School, Band Director at Clear Creek Middle/High School, and Woodwind Instructor at the following schools: Northglenn High School, Centaurus High School, Walt Clark Middle School, and Angevine Middle School.
Angela Muller has played flute and piccolo with the First Coast Wind Ensemble, the Lamont Wind Ensemble, the Lamont Symphony Orchestra, the Cow Boy Band, the Aurora Symphony Orchestra, and the 101st Army National Guard Band of Colorado. Mrs. Muller is an active soloist with the Church of the Good Shepherd.
Mrs. Muller has been a member of the Florida Flute Association, the National Flute Association, the Colorado Flute Association, the Florida Bandmasters Association, Music Educators National Conference, Colorado Music Educators Association, the Florida Music Educators Association, and the National Band Association.