Cornelia Sommer is a bassoonist, pianist, and arranger dedicated to sharing music with diverse audiences and expanding the bassoon’s repertoire. Originally from Seattle, she is now based in New York City, where she recently earned her DMA from The Juilliard School. In addition to her position as Principal Bassoon of the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra, Cornelia has appeared with the Seattle Symphony, New World Symphony, International Chamber Orchestra of Puerto Rico, Juilliard415, and American Bach Soloists. As a recipient of the Presser Graduate Music Award and IDRS Grant, Cornelia will release her first album, New Enchantments, in 2022; the album includes three commissioned works and three of her own arrangements. A graduate of Yale University (MM) and Indiana University (BM), Cornelia has studied bassoon with Frank Morelli, Kathleen McLean, William Ludwig, and Francine Peterson, and baroque bassoon with Dominic Teresi. Connect with her at http://www.corneliasommer.com.
Mamá María: Cuento de Hadas para Fagót y Piano, Iván Enrique Rodríguez (b. 1990) Cornelia Sommer, Bassoon Dror Baitel, Piano Rumpelstilzchentanz, Max Grafe (b. 1988) Cornelia Sommer, Bassoon Rémy Taghavi, Bassoon Hanasaka Jiisan, Sato Matsui (b. 1991) I. Koko horé wan wan! II. Inu no shi Lucian Avalon, Oboe Cornelia Sommer, Bassoon Dror Baitel, Piano […]