Waldvogel-Warren currently serves as Principal Harpist of the Holland Symphony, and substitutes regularly for professional symphonies in the area.  Martha holds faculty positions at Hope College and Aquinas College, and was an Adjunct Professor of Music at Grand Valley State University from 2009 until 2018.  In 2011, Waldvogel-Warren was thrilled at the invitation to teach for the inaugural season of the New Harmony Music Festival and School, where she continues to perform and instruct each summer with internationally renowned artists affiliated with the Festival.

In 2014, Martha was featured as a soloist with the Grand Rapids Ballet.  Her performance was lauded as “heroic” in the Grand Rapids Press.

Complementing Waldvogel-Warren’s curriculum vitae are her extensive performance experiences in orchestras and chamber music ensembles in the US and Europe, as well as solo appearances worldwide.  She has produced four recordings:  One trio featuring Swiss flutist Paul Haemig with actor Johannes Meier reciting poems by Herman Hesse; one solo CD; and two duo CDs in the duo Stones Unturned with New York flutist/piper Christopher Layer, featuring both classical and folk music.

Martha also has an enormous amount of experience in entertaining as a soloist in popular venues.  Some of her past engagements include several months with the Royal Cruise Line, the Palace Hotel in Tokyo, Japan, The Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, Michigan, many venues in Las Vegas and she performed with the band Poi Dog Pondering in Chicago, IL to sold out audiences.

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