Principal oboist of the American Symphony Orchestra, Bachworks and Philharmonia Virtuosi, Robert Ingliss has appeared with almost every important large ensemble in New York City, and also recently served as principal oboist with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. He has toured worldwide with the Orpheus Chamber Ensemble, and was a soloist in the Haydn Sinfonia Concertante when Orpheus became the first American orchestra to play in Vietnam since the war. As a chamber musician, he is a member of An die Musik - oboe, strings and piano, with whom he has premiered works by Jon Deak, Peter Schickele and John Harbison (April 2003), and served as oboist of the Aspen Wind Quintet for six years. A musician of the Ensemble Sospeso, Bob is one of the most sought-after new music oboists in New York. He has appeared with the Da Capo Chamber Players, League-ISCM Chamber Players, New Music Consort, Parnassus, and Speculum Musicae, presenting many US and world premieres. He can also be heard on over two dozen record labels performing a wide range of repertoire. Mr Ingliss teaches oboe at Columbia University and has given masterclasses in oboe and chamber music at such places as the Juilliard School, University of New Mexico, University of Nebraska, and the Mexican National Conservatory. Robert Ingliss is a graduate of the Juilliard School, and studied with Robert Bloom and Arthur Krilov, as well as with Heinz Holliger at the Darmstadt New Music Courses.