Will Koehler is an active performer, educator, and writer. While pursuing his doctorate of music degree at Indiana University and the Jacobs School of Music, Koehler was a member of the Chamber Orchestra, Philharmonic Orchestra, Concert Orchestra, Latin Jazz Band, and the internationally recognized Indiana University Wind Ensemble. As a member of the IU Chamber Orchestra, Koehler participated in the first tour to Seoul, South Korea, which concluded with a sold out performance at the Seoul Arts Center. In the summer of 2015, Koehler also served as the Principal Trumpet for the inaugural season of the Prague Summer Nights Music Festival. Prior to his experience at IU, Koehler was a member of the Miami Summer Music Festival Orchestra, and taught at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp. Koehler currently maintains a private studio of middle school and high school students from the Bloomington area. His students have had success in jazz band, concert band, honor band, solo and ensemble, marching band, and Drum Corps International. Koehler is also currently in his third year as a staff member with Bloomington High School North Marching Band. Koehler holds an M.M. Degree from Temple University, where he was an Academic Intern, taught Brass Methods for music education majors, and performed with the Orchestra and Wind Ensemble. He also holds degrees in Music Education and Music Performance from Pittsburg State University. His primary teachers include Joey Tartell, Jeff Curnow, Alan Hood, and Dr. Todd Hastings.