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Jake Walsh is this week’s guest on Fine Artists at Five.

Contributed by Gordon Rowland on 02/17/21 

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The Center for Faculty Excellence is pleased to host Ithaca College Community Artists each Friday at 5pm. In a mere 15-20 minutes, learn what our community brings to the arts, and the invariable ways art invigorates our lives. This week’s guest is oboist and composer Jake Walsh. 

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Jake Gunnar Walsh is a composer, performer, and educator from Chepachet, Rhode Island.  He holds a double Masters Degree in Oboe Performance and Music Composition from Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music, where he studied oboe with Linda Strommen and Roger Roe, and composition with Claude Baker and David Dzubay.  Jake graduated from Ithaca College in 2015 with a double bachelors degree in Oboe Performance and Music Composition, studying oboe with Paige Morgan, and composition with Dana Wilson and Jorge Grossmann.  Jake is passionate about premiering and commissioning new works for the Oboe and English Horn, and specializes in the performance of contemporary music.  Equally dedicated to the art of music education, Jake has taught as an Associate Instructor for the Department of Music Theory at Indiana University, led a series of masterclasses on Oboe Extended Technique and Contemporary Performance Practice, and has taught private oboe and composition extensively.  Jacob has been on faculty teaching Music Composition and Music Theory at the Ithaca College Summer Music Academy since 2016, and has been the Composer in Residence at the Luzerne Music Center since 2019.  

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