Rutgers Summer Oboe Reed Making Intensive is a three-day workshop for oboe students interested in reed making. Led by Dr. Erin Banholzer, adjunct professor of oboe at Rutgers University, students will develop the skills needed for reed making independence. Participants will learn how to tie blanks and scrape reeds for 3.5 hours each day. Additional topics covered will include tube cane preparation, reed finishing techniques, and reed making for different climates.
This program is open to oboe students ages 10-18. No prior reed-making experience is necessary, and all levels of reed-making ability are welcome.
• Monday, June 24 to Wednesday, June 26, 2019
• 5:30 – 9 p.m.
• Commuters only
• Supplies: students must bring their own reed-making supplies.
• Ability level: Beginners through advanced reed-makers.