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Tyler Ogilvie

The Collaborative Sound Recording Experience

Man in a suit playing the french horn

Tyler Ogilvie received his undergraduate degree in music education from Ithaca College (B.M. 2005), with which he served the public schools of New Jersey and Connecticut. In 2008, he returned to his alma mater to pursue graduate studies in horn performance (M.M., 2010).  Ogilvie is currently the instructor of horn at Colgate University in Hamilton, NY. Formerly, he served on faculty at Susquehanna University and Dickinson College. In addition to his freelance performances with regional orchestras and chamber ensembles throughout the Northeast, Ogilvie is principal horn of the Clinton Symphony and the Orchestra of the Southern Finger Lakes, where he has appeared as a featured soloist. He regularly performs in the horn section of Syracuse's "Symphoria." Ogilvie's primary horn teachers include Alexander Shuhan and Edward Albinski.

The Collaborative Sound Recording Experience