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Principle Oboist of BBC Symphony Orchestra, UK
영국 BBC 심포니 오케스트라 수석
Principle Oboist of Academy of St Martin in the Fields, UK
영국 세인트 마틴 인 더 필드 관현악단 수석
Professor of Guildhall school of music and drama, UK
영국 길드홀 음악 학교 교수
Alison Teale is a former student of the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, having studied oboe with Nicholas Daniel and Helena Gaunt, and Cor Anglais with Jane Marshall.
Graduating with a BMus(Hons) 1st class degree at 22, she immediately took the position of Co-Principal Oboe with the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. During her time there she won the highly acclaimed International Isle of Wight Oboe Competition (now the Isle of Man competition) and gave her London solo debut at the Purcell Room.
On her return to the UK, she became Principal Cor Anglais with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, moving to the same position a few years later with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, which she now considers her “home”.
Alison’s other passion is education, taking up the role of Oboe Professor at Guildhall School of Music & Drama in 2010. Her interest in student education led her to complete a PG Cert in Performance Teaching, and she was awarded a Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy as a recognition of her teaching excellence.
She travels the world in her orchestral position and acts as ambassador for Lorée, giving masterclasses and recitals, her latest visits being to Malaga, Florida in which she opened the concert for the International Double Reed Conference in 2019, and to China.
She is also in demand as guest player for many of the other leading orchestras.
Alison can be heard in numerous orchestral concert recordings, on both cor and oboe, motion picture soundtracks and makes regular TV appearances within the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
She is no stranger to BBC Radio 3, taking part in pre-concert debates, presenting an episode of Inside Music in August 2019. She also recorded at home during lockdown The Garden of Love by Jacob TV, as an oboe solo, which was aired on the New Music programme, and is currently available to view on the BBC Symphony Orchestra website.
Principle Frankfurter Opern- und Museumsorchester
독일 프랑크푸르트 뮤지움 오케스트라 수석
Professor at the Norwegian Academy of Music
노르웨이 오슬로 음악원 교수
Johannes Grosso has been a solo oboist with the Frankfurt Opern-und Museumsorchester since 2015, after spending four years as deputy solo oboist with the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio-France. He also plays with the Budapest Festival Orchestra. Johannes Grosso won 1st Prize at the Prague Spring in May 2014, and various other prizes at a number of international competitions. This success enabled him to appear as a soloist with famous conductors including Christoph von Dohnányi and Daniele Gatti, and orchestras including the Czech Radio Orchestra, Prague Chamber Orchestra, the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival Orchestra and New Bach Collegium. He appears regularly with great European orchestras such as the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, the Gewandhaus Orchester Leipzig, hr(Hessen Radio)-Sinfonieorchester, Bamberg Symphony and the Bayerische Staatsorchester. He was invited to play with the Bayreuth Festival Orchestra in the summer of 2017. He holds regular masterclasses and teaches at various music academies. He became a professor at the Norwegian Music Academy in Oslo in 2018.
Graduated from Chung-Ang University
Graduated from Hochschule für Musik Saar
독일 자르뷔리켄 국립 음대 졸업
Lecture of Chung-Ang University
중앙대 음악대학 출강
목가적인 음색과 섬세한 선율로 오보에의 매력을 선사해오고 있는 오보이스트 고민식은 중앙대학교 음악대학 졸업 후 독일 자뷔리켄 국립음대(hochschule für musik saar) Konzrtreife 과정을 졸업했다.
대학시절 중앙대학교 Orchestra 및 Wind Orchestra와의 협연을 통해 탁월한 음악적 실력을 인정받았으며, 독일로 유학 후 Homburg chamber Orchestra 단원으로 활동한 것을 비롯해 Grossregion Orchestra 단원으로 독일, 프랑스, 벨기에, 룩셈부르크 등 4개국 순회연주를 가져온 그는 독일 Speyer 초청 연주 등 다양한 무대경험을 통해 자신만의 개성있는 음악세계를 구축해왔다.
국내외에서 함일규, 김형섭, 이정주, Armin Aussem, Stephane Egeling 교수를 사사하였으며, 현재 의왕시오케스트라 수석단원 및 앙상블 루 멤버 인천예술고등학교 중앙대학교 출강 하고 있습니다