During the 2011 Tucson Winter Chamber Music Festival, presented by Arizona Friends of Chamber Music, oboist Allan Vogel gave a master class to students of Neil Tatman, Associate Professor of Music at the University of Arizona.
Allan Vogel has been hailed by the Los Angeles Times as “an aristocrat of his instrument, an oboe virtuoso with few equals.” He is one of America’s leading wind soloists and chamber musicians. Principal oboist of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Mr. Vogel has soloed with orchestras throughout the country and has been featured at the Marlboro, Santa Fe, Aspen, Mostly Mozart, and Oregon Bach Festivals. Allan is a frequent guest with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and toured internationally several times. American Record Guide called his recording Oboe Obsession “the single finest disc of oboe music ever recorded.” Renowned for his performances of the Baroque literature, Mr. Vogel serves on the advisory board of the American Bach Society and is a member of Bach’s Circle Baroque Ensemble. He is on the faculty of the California Institute of the Arts, the University of Southern California and the Colburn Conservatory of Music.
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