She was responsible for the musical aspects of the Schweizeische Ausstellung für Frauenarbeit (SAFFA) in 1928, for which she composed a SAFFA walz and directed the women orchestra.
After giving up her performing career for health reasons, Bloesch-Stöcker turned to composition. She released her Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in E minor in 1935, and conducted performances in 1935-36 in Bern and Burgdorf. In 1973, she published an article, Erinnerungen an Max Reger (Memories of Max Reger) about the composer. She died in Winterthur.
- Walton, Chris (2009), Othmar Schoeck: Life and Works
- Berner Rundschau : Collaborateurs, retrieved 7 August 2014
- Adele Bloesch-Stöcker (1973), Erinnerungen an Max Reger