27. June 2008 · Comments Off · Categories: Announcements, Oboe

Earlier this morning Bill Jobert sent me the following:

Wright State University welcomes our newest music faculty member Katherine L. deGruchy who will serve as the adjunct professor of oboe, perform with the faculty woodwind quintet and the University Chamber Orchestra. Her performance background includes 17 years in the Mexico City Philharmonic. She is an active performer with the Middletown Symphony, the Lebanon Symphony, the Dayton Philharmonic and the Burning River Winds (a wind trio). She earned Bachelors and Masters degrees from the Cleveland Institute of Music where she studied under John Mack and is presently working on her doctorate at the Cincinnati Conservatory with oboe professor Mark Ostoich. She presently has a full studio of students from the Dayton area and is oboe instructor at the Stivers School for the Arts.

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