Carl Oswald, oboe
Carl Oswald is a classically trained oboist whose performances have spanned the globe. A graduate of the Yale School of Music, he is a Baltimore native who began his oboe studies at Peabody Preparatory School.
Carl has appeared as a soloist with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the Yale Philharmonia, and the University of Maryland Symphony Orchestra. He performs regularly in the New York City area with Ensemble ACJW, Sospiro Winds, and has appeared recently with Orchestra of St. Luke’s, The Princeton Symphony (as guest principal), The Hartford Symphony, The New Jersey Symphony, Talea Ensemble, and The American Ballet Orchestra, among many others. Having participated in several summer festivals, programs, and tours, he has performed in international cities in Japan, Venezuela, Russia, and Estonia. He has performed recently under Ivan Fischer, Robert Spano, Tan Dun, Sir Simon Rattle, David Robertson, Christoph Eschenbach, and Michael Tilson Thomas. Carl is an alumnus of The Academy, a performing and teaching fellowship program of Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard School, and The Weill Institute of Music. Carl’s primary teachers have included Stephen Taylor, Mark Hill, and Ray Still.