2019 5:45 pm
Masterclass with Reid Messich, oboe
Alumni Concert Hall, College of Fine Arts
5000 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Reid Messich, oboe professor at the University of Georgia, will give a masterclass to students in the School of Music. This event is free and open to the public.
About Reid Messich
Reid Messich serves as Associate Professor of Oboe at the University of Georgia where he is an active member of the Georgia Woodwind Quintet. Messich also serves as Co-Principal Oboist with Memphis’s IRIS Orchestra, under the direction of Maestro Michael Stern and as the Principal Oboist of the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Maestro John Morris Russel. During the Summer, Messich serves as Instructor of Oboe at the MasterWorks Music Festival. In demand, Messich maintains an active international and national performance career. He has performed with many orchestras around the world as well as presented at numerous conferences as both an orchestral musician, soloist, and clinician. Messich received his Bachelor of Music degree at the prestigious Curtis Institute of Music where he studied under the direction of Richard Woodhams. He received his Master of Music degree and Doctor of Music degree from The Florida State University. In his spare time Messich is an avid Pittsburgh Steeler fan and enjoys spending time with his wife, Kaitlin, and daughter, Lowry.