Adjunct Professor, Applied Oboe, Chamber Music
Contact: (904) 620-2960
Ann Adams recently joined the faculty at the University of North Florida where she teaches applied oboe and chamber music. In addition, she is on the music faculty at LaVilla School of the Arts as a band director. Dr. Adams is an active recitalist and clinician and has appeared as a soloist with the Stetson University Wind Ensemble, the Bach Festival Orchestra of Winter Park, the Florida State University Wind Orchestra and the Bach Festival Society of Kalamazoo. She is a frequent performer with various orchestras and chamber ensembles throughout central Florida. Dr. Adams has participated in the French Oboe Repertoire classes with Wayne Rapier and John DeLancie. She is an active member of the International Double Reed Society. She has performed recitals for IDRS Conferences in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Melbourne, Australia, Muncie, Indianaand Birmingham, England. In addition, as a Baroque oboist, Dr. Adams has participated in the Baroque Performance Institute at Oberlin College and the Western Baroque Festival in Seattle, Washington. Dr. Adams taught oboe, chamber music, and music education at Stetson University for twenty-five years.