Profiles in "Woodwind Instruments" Expertise Area

  • Schuring is the author of "Oboe Art and Method"(Oxford University Press, 2009), the first comprehensive book of oboe technique published in nearly 50 years.
  • Micklich has performed throughout Europe, Bermuda, Brazil, Australia, Japan, and the U.S. and presented master classes at numerous conservatories and U.S. universities. He performs on a custom-built red maple 680 bassoon.
  • Spring is also a guest professor at the Beijing Central Conservatory of Music. He is a Henri Selmer Paris Artist and performances on the Privilège clarinet.
  • Buck is professor of flute, an orchestral musician, concerto soloist and active chamber musician. She has given masterclasses and guest recitals internationally.
  • Gardner is the director of the Performance Physiology Research Laboratory at ASU since 2011. He has a strong interest in woodwind pedagogy and research and his performance interests are primarily in chamber music.
  • Hailed as "one of the world's top saxophone artists" (Audiophile Audition), Creviston has been featured with bands and orchestras across the U.S.
  • Palmer, clarinetist and educator, enjoys a multifaceted musical career and works as a performing musician, educator, and arts administrator.