A sampling of some of my most exciting upcoming and past performances



These are a sampling of some of my most exciting upcoming performances. You can get more information about attending these events from the embedded links or by contacting me directly. Check out my blog Prone Oboe, where I preview my weekly orchestra concerts.

On My Stand Right Now…

Marcel Moyse: De la Sonorite
Ferling: 144 Preludes and Etudes

Excerpts.  Opera excerpts!
Morris: Dreamscapes
Rusche: Dreams and Visions: Searching the Shadows
Loeffler: Rhapsodies
Brandon: The City at Night

Concerto Repertoire

Bach: Concerto in A major for Oboe d’amore
Bach: Concerto in C minor for oboe & Violin
Mozart: Concerto in C, KV 314
Astor Piazzolla: Oblivion
Vaughan Williams: Concerto for Oboe
Christopher Rouse: Oboe Concerto
Strauss: Concerto for Oboe & Small Orchestra
Qigang Chen: Extase
Eric Ewazen: Down a River of Time
D. Lofstrom: Concertino for Oboe & Orchestra
Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto


Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto

I am really proud of the way my transcription turned out – and now it’s available for purchase! Here’s my favorite ten minutes, in a live performance from April 2018.

Qigang Chen: Extase

This spectacular work blends the sounds and styles of East and West and shows off the solo oboe as Athlete and Artist. It is energetic, thrilling, beautiful, wild, intimate, and, eventually, ecstatic.

Eric Ewazen: Down a River of Time

Composed in 1999, this concerto explores the passages of time through a life. By turns nostalgic, sorrowful, and joyously optimistic, it takes musicians and audiences alike on an emotional journey.

Doug Lofstrom: Concertino for Oboe and Orchestra

This delightful piece was commissioned for me in 2006 and I premiered it in 2007 with the New Philharmonic and with the Northwest Indiana Symphony. It’s rhapsodic, virtuosic, and fuuuuuun. This is just a snippet, but you can hear the whole work here.


Something Borrowed, Something Blue (Spring 2019)

With Mariah Boucher, Piano

Claude Debussy: Syrinx (1913) 

Thea Musgrave:  Niobe (1988) 

Benjamin Britten:  Temporal Variations (1936)

Jeffrey Agrell:  Blues for D. D. (1993) 

J. S. Bach:  Concerto in A Major, BWV 1055

Karl Pilss:  Sonate E-Moll (1974) 

Made For You and Me (Fall 2017)

With Siwon Kim, Piano

William Grant Still: Incantation and Dance 

Alyssa Morris: Collision Etudes (2017) 

George Gershwin: Three Preludes (arr. Ingle)

Susan Kander:  Postcards From America

Eric Ewazen: Down a River of Time

Do Not Fear the 21st Century Oboe Music (Spring 2016)

With Natasha Stoyanovska, Piano

Eugène Bozza: Fantaisie Pastorale 

Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto in F Major, F. VII, No. 2 

Christopher Rouse: Oboe Concerto

John Williams: Can You Read My Mind 

"Music That SHOULD Have Been Written for the Oboe, Part II” (Spring 2014)

With Paul Hamilton, Piano

Mendelssohn: Concerto for Violin
Gershwin: Three Preludes
Bach Partita in E Major
Ravel: Pièce en Forme de Habanera

* arrangements by Ingle and Hamilton
"Women of the Wind" (Spring 2013)

with Martha Councell-Vargas, flute
An oboe and flute duo recital featuring female composers.

Thea Musgrave: Impromptu
Jenni Brandon: Three Desert Fables
Dana McCormick: Sonata for Oboe and Piano
Madeline Dring: Trio for Flute, Oboe, and Piano

"Do Not Fear the 20th-Century Oboe Music" (Spring 2009)

“Do Not Fear the 20th-Century Oboe Music” (Spring 2009)
Madeline Dring: Italian Dance
Henri Dutilleux: Sonate pour Hautbois et Piano
Benjamin Britten: Temporal Variations
Astor Piazzolla: Tango-Etude No. 4: Lento-meditativo
Eric Ewazen: Down a River of Time

"Music Which SHOULD Have Been Written for the Oboe (Part I)"

Claude Debussy: Syrinx
Johannes Brahms: Two Intermezzos and Romance from Opus 118, no. 1
Maurice Ravel: Sonatine
J.S. Bach: Partita in A minor, BMV 1013
Maurice Ravel: Piéce en Forme de Habanera
Antonin Dvorák: Cello Concerto, Adagio ma non troppo
Claude Debussy: La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin, Les Collines d’Anacapri

* arranged by Ingle and Hamilton
Chroma: Art and Opera (2011)

“CHROMA” (Spring 2011) – Art and Opera

Alyssa Morris: Four Personalities
Gilles Silvestrini: Six Études pour Hautbois
Peter Schickele: Gardens
Antonio Pasculli: Fantasia sull’ opera Poliuto di Donizetti
Video elements by Paul Hamilton and Caleb Vinson

This program is one of my all-time favorites. CHROMA is an exploration of color and contrast featuring video elements by Paul Hamilton and Caleb Vinson and music by Rossini, Silvestrini, Pasculli, and Louiguy. It couples the light and movement of Impressionist painting with the beauty and virtuosity of the solo oboe, and celebrated the colors of the human voice.

We performed CHROMA three times in 2011, and recently in Philadelphia at the Delaware County Community College’s Concert Series. We are actively looking for new venues for this exciting and virtuosic program.

Below is a sampling of some of the beautiful visual work created for the performance.


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