Elizabeth O’Neil, oboe
ELIZABETH O’NEIL, praised for her “first-rate” and “engaging” performances, is a multi-faceted oboist who thrives equally in orchestral and chamber music settings. Elizabeth regularly performs with both established and artist-driven orchestras including the Boston Philharmonic, the National Symphony Fellowship Orchestra, the Orchestra of Americas, and previously with the Discovery Ensemble. Elizabeth is frequently noted for her sensitive performances with New England Conservatory’s Philharmonia, most recently by the Boston Musical Intelligencer, who described her style as “warm, confident, and mature.” A versatile chamber musician, Elizabeth is a sought after performer with experience ranging from classical repertoire to contemporary and new works. In 2012, she received the Borromeo String Quartet Guest Artist Award, performing Britten’s Phantasy Quartet with the ensemble in Jordan Hall. Currently pursuing a Masters degree at New England Conservatory, Elizabeth received her Bachelors degree from NEC as well. Her primary teachers include John Ferrillo and Anne Gabriele.