Rémy Taghavi

Rémy Taghavi


Rémy Taghavi is a highly sought-after bassoonist and educator based in the Northeast. Rémy is principal bassoon of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra and has been a guest artist with the Las Vegas Philharmonic and the Cape, Princeton, and American Youth Symphonies. He is a founder and artistic director of the Annapolis Chamber Music Festival, a member of the New York-based chamber ensembles Frisson and SoundMind, and an alumnus of Carnegie Hall’s teaching artist and chamber music program, Ensemble Connect. Mr. Taghavi is Assistant Professor of Bassoon at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where he also serves as the woodwind chamber music coordinator, and faculty at the Rocky Ridge Music Center’s Young Artist Seminar (Colorado). He completed degrees at the University of Southern California, The Juilliard School, and Stony Brook University. His primary teachers include Frank Morelli, Judith Farmer, and Norbert Nielubowski.

Recital Solo – Cornelia Sommer


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 […]

Bassoon BSN Perf Performance

Lecture – Remy Taghavi


Chamber music continues to grow as an area of focus in woodwind areas across many colleges and universities in the US, but curricular focus on large ensembles and a lack of exposure to chamber music before college often leads to gaps in the level of experience between members of student woodwind chamber groups. This presentation […]

Bassoon Lecture
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