Keri E. McCarthy, Oboe and English Horn
Assistant Professor of Oboe, Washington State University

EDUCATION 
                                                                                                             
Indiana University School of Music
Doctor of Music in Music Literature and Performance, 
         Minors: Music History and Literature and Music Education
Final Document: “A Study of Howard Gardner’s Theories of      
         Multiple Intelligence and Their Applications in the Collegiate 
         Oboe Studio.”
Study with Linda Strommen, Roger Roe, and Ted Baskin. 
 
Yale School of Music, YaleUniversity
Master of Music in Oboe Performance. 
Study with Ronald Roseman. 
 
Ithaca College School of Music
Bachelor of Music in Oboe Performance. 
Study with Mark Hill and Paige Morgan. 

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE
 
Assistant Professor of Oboe, Washington State University, Fall 2006-
 present
Oboe/English horn, Reed Making I and II, Music Appreciation, Music 
         History, Ear Training.
Member of the Solstice Quintet, faculty woodwind quintet.
 
Oboe and English Horn Faculty, Hartwick College Summer Music Festival, 2007-present
Daily private and group instruction of oboe and English horn students, ages 13-23.
Woodwind chamber music coaching.
Weekly solo and chamber music performances.
Lecturer: Faculty Lecture Series.

Assistant Volunteer Coordinator, International Double Reed Conference, June 2007
Organizing volunteers for concerts, stage crew, information desk, exhibits, receptions, registration and transportation

Adjudicator, Washington Music Educators Association All-State Solo and Ensemble Contest, Spring 2007
Judging solo oboe, English horn and bassoon students and woodwind 
         small and large chamber ensembles.
 
Private Instructor of Oboe, Cornell University, Spring 2006
Private instruction of undergraduate students. 
 
Assistant Professor of Oboe, Ithaca College School of Music, Fall 2005
Sabbatical replacement
Oboe/English horn, Reed Making, Chamber music coaching.
Performance with the Ithaca College faculty woodwind quintet.
Host: Geoffrey Burgess, who presented a Master Class pertaining to the 
         hautboy and Baroque performance practice. 
 
Associate Professor of Oboe, Music Theory and Ear Training, Mahidol University College of Music, Thailand, June 2004-March 2005 
Oboe/English horn, Chamber music coaching, Reed Making I and II, 
         Technical Proficiency I-IV, Music Theory  I, Ear Training I and II.
Member, Cross Winds faculty wind quintet and Mahidol Double Reed 
         Trio.
Solo performances with the Mahidol Symphonic Orchestra and Chamber 
         Orchestra.
Faculty Artist, Mahidol Symphonic Band Workshop.
           
Adjudicator, All-Thailand Youth Music Competition, Semi-Final Round 2005
Judging solo performances of Western classical and Thai traditional music.
 
Faculty Artist, South East Asian Youth Orchestra and Wind Ensemble Festival (SAYOWE) 2004
Oboe/English horn instructor, daily master classes and ensemble 
         coachings. 
Nightly solo and chamber music performances.
 
Associate Instructor of Oboe, Indiana University 2001-Spring 2004 
Oboe/English horn, Reed Making, Technical Proficiency.
Participation in a mentoring program with Professors Linda Strommen 
         and Roger Roe. 

Chamber Music Coach, Indiana University 2001-2003
Coaching undergraduate and graduate level  chamber music groups.
  
Woodwind Adjudicator, Indiana State School Music Association (ISSMA) Festival 2003
Judging solo and ensemble performances.  
 
Private Instructor of Oboe, Yale University 1999-2000
Weekly private instruction of undergraduate oboe students.
 
Associate Instructor and Chamber Music Coach, Bowdoin Music Festival 2000
Coaching chamber groups including quintets, quartets, and an oboe trio.
Performance in the faculty Festival Orchestra.
 
Associate Instructor of Oboe at Ithaca College 1997-1998
Oboe Methods.
 
Clinician, Ithaca College Wind Symposium 1998
Lecturer, “Playing in an Ensemble: Roles and Etiquette.”