Oboist Galit Kaunitz lives in Hattiesburg, MS, where she is the Associate Professor of Oboe at the University of Southern Mississippi. She is an experienced and versatile performer in orchestral, chamber, and solo settings. Galit’s performing career includes solo recitals, chamber music, and orchestral positions. Her solo recitals center cultural identity, community belonging, and weaving meaningful narratives into recital programming. She is a member of the Limelight Trio and Magnolia Reed Trio and is a co-host and co-creator of the Double Reed Dish podcast. She performs with the Meridian, and Gulf Coast Symphonies as second oboe/English horn and is regularly invited to give master classes across the United States.
Galit Kaunitz earned her D.M. from The Florida State University, M.M. from The University of Texas at Austin, and B.M. from The Hartt School of Music, Dance, and Theater. Her primary teachers are Eric Ohlsson, Rebecca Henderson, and Humbert Lucarelli.
Recital Chamber – Galit Kaunitz, oboe and Kim Woolly, Bassoon
Trio for Oboe, Bassoon, and Piano, Madeline Dring (1923-1977) I. Drammatico II. Dialogues III. Allegro con brio Trio de Salon for oboe, bassoon, and piano, edited by Jeffrey Lyman, Marie Clemence de Granvdal (1828-1907) I. Andante sostenuto II. Allegro moderato Pub: TrevCo Publisher Galit Kaunitz, Oboe Kim Woolly, Bassoon Alaina de Bellevue, Piano