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Andrew Port, Professional Studies Certificate Oboe Recital


Sol Joseph Recital Hall
50 Oak Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
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Joseph Maile*, Isabel Tannenbaum, and Erika Aioki, violin
SoHui Yun and Rachel Haber, viola
Matthew Park and Hana Cohon, cello
Gloriana Wolf, piano


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791)
Oboe Quartet in F Major, K. 370
     I. Allegro
     II. Adagio
     III. Rondeau: Allegro
Joseph Maile*, violin
SoHui Yun, viola
Matthew Park, cello

August Klughardt (1847–1902)
5 Schilfieder, Op. 28
     1. Langsam, träumerisch
     2. Leidenschaftlich erregt
     3. Zart, in ruhiger Bewegung
     4. Feurig
     5. Sehr ruhig
Rachel Haber, viola
Gloriana Wolf, piano


Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872–1958)
Six Studies in English Folk Song
     1. “Lovely on the Water” - Adagio
     2. “Spurn Point” - Andante sostenuto
     3. “Van Diemen’s Land” - Larghetto
     4. “She Borrowed Some of Her Mother’s Gold” - Lento
     5. “The Lady and the Dragon” - Andante tranquillo
     6. “As I walked over London Bridge” - Allegro vivace
Isabel Tannenbaum and Erika Aioki, violins
Rachel Haber, viola
Hana Cohon, cello

Arthur Bliss (1891–1975)
Oboe Quintet, F. 21
     I. Assai sostenuto
     II. Andante con moto
     III. Vivace
Isabel Tannenbaum and Erika Aioki, violins
Rachel Haber, viola
Hana Cohon, cello

*SFCM faculty 


The Woodwind Department at SFCM houses a renowned faculty of San Francisco Symphony musicians and a bold, talented student body. Some of the world’s most accomplished woodwind artists challenge and inspire students who will become the next generation of great wind players. As an oboe, flute, clarinet, or bassoon student at SFCM, you’ll explore orchestral and chamber repertoire, contemporary music and canon literature—all while transforming your craft and preparing for life as a professional musician.


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