• Production still from SERSE
  • french horns
  • choir and orchestra
  • pianist, clarinetist, and violinist
  • violin section of orchestra
  • wind orchestra
  • Jazz Band on stage

Annie Bosler

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Dr. Annie Bosler wears many hats in her career as a Los Angeles freelance horn player. She has toured with John Williams' Star Wars in Concert and with Josh Groban, and performed on Dancing with the Stars, The Ellen Show, and PBS's Live from Lincoln Center. Annie shared the stage with Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney on CBS's The Beatles: The Night That Changed America. She performed with Chance the Rapper at The Grammy’s, P-Diddy at The American Music Awards, and Wu-Tang Clan at Coachella. Annie can be heard on many motion pictures, video games, theme park rides, and TV shows as well as seen playing horn on Fox's TV show Glee.

Named a TED Educator in 2017, Dr. Bosler co-wrote How to practice…for just about anything with Peak Performance Psychologist Dr. Don Greene. The video went viral receiving over 25 million views between Facebook and YouTube. In May of 2015, Annie also gave a TEDx talk about facial rehabilitation and brain plasticity entitled Elissa’s Song: The Power of Face Exercises.

Previously holding the title of Colburn School Director of Wellness, Annie travels around the world lecturing about wellness for musicians specializing in the areas of positive performance practice, instrument ergonomics, mapping the brain to the body, and college prep for musicians. She produced and directed 1M1: Hollywood Horns of the Golden Years, a one of a kind documentary film about the history of Los Angeles studio musicians told through the eyes of the legendary Hollywood horn players.

Currently the Secretary/Treasurer of the International Horn Society, Annie co-hosted what is considered to be the most successful International Horn Symposium with Los Angeles Philharmonic’s principal horn Andrew Bain in 2015. 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 is married to studio hornist Dylan Skye Hart. She has a love for teaching, writing, producing film projects, Instagram, agriculture, traveling, playing tennis, and watching college football. For more information, visit and