Second Sunday Concert
Jennet Ingle at the Howard
Sun, March 9
@ 04:00 pm
- 11:59 pm
Howard Performing Arts Center
Jennet Ingle will be performing a program called "Music that SHOULD Have Been Written for the Oboe" - all transcriptions, featuring the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto and the Bach E Major Partita.
Jennet Ingle has been noted for her “extraordinary artistry and virtuosity” (Illinois Times) and for her “intimacy and spirit of fun” (State Journal-Register). A generous performer and articulate speaker, she is a passionate advocate for classical music. She has appeared as soloist with, among others, the Rochester (NY) Philharmonic Orchestra, the Illinois Chamber Orchestra, and the Pine Mountain Music Festival, and most recently with the Notre Dame Symphony Orchestra in a performance of Eric Ewazen’s Down a River of Time. In 2007 Jennet gave the world premiere of Doug Lofstrom’s Concertino, a work commissioned for her by the New Philharmonic Orchestra. She has performed on Chicago’s Dame Myra Hess concert series and in highly praised solo recitals throughout the Midwest.
Jennet is Principal Oboist of the South Bend Symphony Orchestra and the Northwest Indiana Symphony and teaches oboe at Valparaiso University. She is in demand as an orchestral player and has appeared with such esteemed groups as the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Lyric Opera of Chicago, the Milwaukee Symphony, and the Rochester Philharmonic. Since 1998 she has owned and operated Jennet Ingle Reeds, specializing in customized oboe, English horn, and oboe d’amore reeds. Jennet is a graduate of the Eastman School of Music. Further information can be found at jennetingle.com.
No Tickets are required for this performance.