SFC Matthew P. Heil found his love of music when his parents gifted him a
"Mr. Microphone" and that's where it all went down hill. Just Kidding!
Heil loved to sing in the childrenʼs choir and everywhere from an early age. He
continued studying voice but also excelled on the piano, clarinet, bass clarinet, and
Heil received his Bachelor of Music, cum laude, from Georgia Southern University
and his Masters degree in Vocal Pedagogy at The Peabody Institute of The Johns
When not performing with The U.S. Army Chorus, Heil has been a featured soloist
with The National Gallery of Art Vocal Ensemble, The Choral Arts Society of
Washington, Loudoun Symphony Orchestra, Southern Georgia Symphony, The Handel
Choir of Baltimore and Gloria Musicae. His oratorio credits include the works of
Beethoven, Brahms, Charpentier, Gounod, Handel, Haydn, Liszt, Mozart, and Vivaldi.
His ensemble contributions include productions for Wolf Trap Opera and The Atlanta
In his spare time, Heil serves as a staff instructor for noteBUSTERS, an
extracurricular vocal performance program for elementary students in Washington, D.C.