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Aaron Hill

Aaron Hill

Current position(s): Assistant Professor of Oboe at University of Nevada, Reno, Wingra Wind Quintet, Principal oboe with Wintergreen Festival Orchestra

Previous position(s): University of Wisconsin-Madison Mead Witter School of Music, University of Virginia, James Madison University, Charlottesville Symphony, Roanoke Symphony, Flint Symphony

Education: Bachelor of Music from University of Michigan, Master of Music and Artist Diploma from Yale University, Doctor of Musical Arts from James Madison University

Recordings: Principal oboe for William Bolcom's Songs of Innocence and Experience (Grammy winner for Best Classical Album); extensive teaching and performing video series for YouTube, including the complete FW Ferling 48 Famous Studies

Solo appearances: Concerti by JS Bach (F Major, Oboe and Violin in D Minor), Aaron Copland (Quiet City), Daron Hagen, WA Mozart (C Major and Sinfonia Concertante), Vivaldi (C Major), frequent IDRS Conference recitals, faculty concert series performances at UW-Madison and around North America

Notable performances/accomplishments: University of Michigan Collage, Yale School of Music Thomas Nyfenger Prize for Woodwind Performance, Leche Trust Prize from the Barbirolli International Oboe Competition, Mu Phi Epsilon Society for Musical Arts Grand Prize Winner

Teaching Opportunities: Masterclasses for universities and youth orchestras around the country, UW-Madison Summer Music Clinic, featured speaker/performer for TEDxSkidRow and Tom Tom Founders Festival.

For more information on Aaron Hill, visit his Wintergreen Performing Arts webpage here.