Dwight Parry is the principal oboist of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. He is also a 2018 Valade teaching fellow at Interlochen Arts Camp.
Parry visited Studio A at Interlochen Public Radio to play the oboe sonata by Camille Saint-Saens. He was joined by collaborative pianist Robert Koenig.
Parry talked about his interesting journey to becoming a full-time oboist. He also explained what he sees as being the main differences between a live performance and a recording session. Hear the entire performance and conversation below.
Dwight Parry’s residency at Interlochen is supported by the Valade Fellows Teaching Endowment.