Mary Lynch VanderKolk

Mary Lynch VanderKolk

Oboe

Mary Lynch VanderKolk joined the Seattle Symphony as Principal Oboe in 2014. She previously held the position of Second Oboe with The Cleveland Orchestra and has performed as Guest Principal Oboe with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and the Norwegian Radio Orchestra, among others. Since 2014, she has performed many times as soloist with the Seattle Symphony, including the world premiere recording of Marc-André Dalbavie’s Oboe Concerto. An avid chamber musician, she regularly performs at the Marlboro Music Festival, the Newport Music Festival (RI) and the Philadelphia and Seattle Chamber Music Societies. Ms. Lynch VanderKolk studied at New England Conservatory, the Juilliard School, and Interlochen Arts Academy, and her teachers include John Ferrillo, Elaine Douvas, Nathan Hughes, and Daniel Stolper. Now a devoted teacher herself, she serves on faculty at the University of Washington.

Closing Gala

Macky

Open to the public – Purchase Tickets (Ticket included with conference registration.)   IDRS 2022 Conference Festival Orchestra with members of the Colorado Symphony Gary Lewis, Conductor Ted Soluri, Bassoon “Ghost of the White Deer” – Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate (1968) The performance of “Ghost of the White Deer” by Jerod Impichchaachaaha Tate was made possible by generous […]

Bassoon Concerto Closing Oboe Performance
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Masterclass Mary Lynch VanderKolk

Choral

Open Repertoire Participants: Amelia Johnson, University of Iowa Lisa Read, University of Colorado Boulder

Masterclass Oboe Oboe MC
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