Christa Garvey

Christa Garvey


Dr. Christa Garvey, Professor of Oboe, has taught at the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, since 2003. Her degrees are from Indiana University and the University of Colorado. She is a frequent recitalist, orchestral oboist, and chamber musician. Solo and chamber music engagements have taken her across the US and abroad in Germany, Japan, and recital series broadcasts on Wisconsin Public Radio. She performs regularly as a recitalist at IDRS, CMS, and NACWPI Conferences and as a visiting guest artist on college campuses throughout the United States. Dr. Garvey continually questions what it means to be a modern 21st-century musician, making exciting transformations in the areas of entrepreneurship, pedagogy, and innovation. She is a founding member of the Virtualosity Ensemble and Chief Instigating Officer of the Notorious Ensemble. Dr. Garvey has long been a champion of performing and teaching music by traditionally excluded composers and creating resources to diversify the canon.

Recital Solo – Christa Garvey


Prelude (originally for solo flute), Ulysses Kay (1917-1995) Berceuse and Pastorale, Germaine Tailleferre (1892-1983) Pub: Max Eschig (Berceuse) Theodore Presser (Pastorale) Baroque Suite (originally for solo cello), Dorothy Rudd Moore (b. 1940) I. Allegro II. Adagio molta III. Allegro vivace Pub: American Composers Alliance Christa Garvey, Oboe Brenda Ishikawa, Piano

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