Ciompi Quartet with Josephy Robinson, oboe
2/16/2008 – 2/16/2008

Mozart, String Quartet in E-Flat Major, K.428 (1783), Arnold Bax, Oboe Quintet (1925), Beethoven, String Quartet in E Minor, Op. 59, No. 2 (1806)
Address:

2138 Campus Dr
Durham, NC 27704

(found here)

Does “Josephy” mean “sort of Joseph but not quite” or something?

Anyway, this is actually Joseph Robinson, former principal oboist of New York Phil.

3 Comments

  1. “Josephy Robinson”=Joseph Robinson impersonator.

    :)

  2. Maybe it’s pronounced with the stress on the middle syllable like in Giuseppe Verdi.

  3. Heh … I like the impersonator idea! ;-)