Linda Huck

Linda Huck taught instrumental music in the Farmington R-7 school district for over thirty years, retiring in 2015. She served as Assistant Director of Bands for thirty years, where her primary teaching responsibility was at the middle school level. Mrs. Huck was the Director of Bands at Farmington High School from 2012-2015, where she directed the Black Knight Marching Band, Symphonic Band, two jazz bands, and taught music theory and steel drum orchestra. She also directed the Color Guard program at Farmington High School for over 20 years, and the FHS Winter Guard participated in MCCGA and WGI festivals in the Midwest.

Instrumental ensembles under Mrs. Huck’s direction consistently earned superior ratings at the Missouri State Evaluative Festival. She has presented clinic sessions in Missouri, Iowa, Kansas and the Midwest Clinic. Mrs. Huck maintains an active schedule as a conductor/clinician, and is a certified adjudicator through the Missouri State High School Activities Association. Linda is the principal bassoonist with the St. Louis Wind Symphony. She is the Music Coordinator for the Lindbergh School District in St. Louis MO, and is a double reed/woodwind instructor at the Mineral Area Fine Arts Academy.