Bridget Nance, oboe
Donna Amato, piano
Bridget Nance is a junior studying with Cynthia DeAlmeida and pursuing a double major in Cognitive Neuroscience. This junior recital program features joyful works by Vivaldi, Reinecke, and Saint-Saëns that showcase the colorful expressiveness of the oboe. Ms. Nance will perform alongside Donna Amato (piano), Joseph Stevens (piano), and Christopher Zhu (horn).
Antonio Vivaldi Concerto in D minor, RV 454
Carl Reinecke Trio in A minor, Op. 188
Christopher Zhu, horn
Joseph Stevens, piano
Camille Saint-Saëns Oboe Sonata, Op. 166
Bridget Nance is an oboist from Rochester, NY. She is currently a junior studying Oboe Performance under Cynthia DeAlmeida at Carnegie Mellon University and pursuing a double major in Cognitive Neuroscience. Ms. Nance has performed on oboe and english horn with the Pittsburgh Symphony and soloed with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra alongside her parents, Shannon and Wesley Nance. She is an active member of the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic, and recently served as principal oboe on major programs such as Beethoven 7, Mahler 9, and Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite. In the past two summers, she has attended the Masterworks Summer Music Festival, studying with Dr. Reid Messich. Ms. Nance has performed in masterclasses with Cynthia DeAlmeida, Kyle Mustain, and Corbin Stair. She enjoys playing oboe and english horn in the Pittsburgh community and has performed with various local choirs and ensembles.
Cost: Free and open to the public; No tickets required.
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